Match Preview – 23rd Match: Botanical Gardens Rangers vs Salt Pond Breakers
Rangers tasted their first victory of the campaign against this opposition. From an otherwise pretty lacklustre tournament, they’ll want to finish on a high. For the Breakers, they will not want to lose six games on the trot. It would take a loss of epic proportion for them not to make it to the playoffs.
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Rangers would be pumped from their first win of the tournament and will be confident of finishing off their campaign on a high. Their best batting display of the tournament won them the match and they’ll know they have to produce another to stand a chance of wounding Breakers any further. The Rangers bowling has been horrible for the past games and it would be good to finish things off with a respectable performance..
Breakers scored 123 runs but couldn’t defend it, making it 3 games on the trot they’ve lost in the last over of the match trying to defend a sizeable over. Their batting is starting to shape up, with Rickford Walker playing his best across editions and Kensley Joseph getting in the runs. Are they peaking at the right time? Even if they are, the bowling is becoming a major cause for concern. The loss of Jeremy Layne through injury for matches are hurting them and they will want him back fit for the playoffs.
Salt Pond Breakers: L L L
Botanical Gardens Rangers: W L L
The weather is set to be mostly sunny with very little chance of rain interruption.
The pitch is good to bat on.
Salt Pond Breakers: Sunil Ambris, Delorn Johnson, Andrew Thomas, Seon Sween, Jeremy Layne, Denson Hoyte, Jeremy Haywood, Oziko Williams, Sheldon Hooper, Javon Samuel, Rickford Walker
Botanical Gardens Rangers: Kesrick Williams, Wayne Harper, Urnel Thomas, Zimron Providence, Winston Samuel, Kimali Williams, Reshawn Lewis, Dorson Cottle, Donald Delpesche, Jaheil Walters, Irvin Warrican Jnr