CPL 2019: JAM vs BAR – Dream11 Fantasy Tips, Predicted Playing XI and Preview



Match Details

Sabina Park, Kingston
September 15th, 2019
10:30 PM IST


Jamaica Tallawahs are in desperate need of a win in CPL 2019 as they host Barbados Tridents in what promises to be an entertaining game on Sunday. In spite of having global superstars such as Chris Gayle and Andre Russell in their ranks, they haven’t done justice to their potential due to various reasons. In their plight for the first win in CPL 2019, Barbados Tridents awaits Chris Gayle and his men with the Jason Holder-led side lying in the middle of the points table with one win and loss each. With Alex Hales and Sandeep Lamichhane headlining their roster, Tridents will fancy its chances of getting another win although Jamaica Tallawahs isn’t one to be taken lightly, especially at Sabina Park

Pitch Report

A decent batting track awaits both sides with the pacers getting extra bounce as seen in the previous game. Spinners should also find some turn from the pitch although the batsmen should find strokeplay easy here. 180 is par considering the firepower on either side

Weather Report

With this being a day game, teams should prefer batting first and setting a target with the temperatures soaring in the afternoon.

Injuries: Andre Russell and Rovman Powell are doubts for this game while no injury concerns are reported from the BAR roster.

Predicted XI


Jamaica Tallawahs shouldn’t be making any changes although they will be sweating over the fitness of Rovman Powell. If he isn’t passed fit, Kennar Lewis should take his place in the side while Jerome Taylor’s place in the side also looks fragile. Shamar Springer is in line to replace him although their fortunes depend heavily upon their opening duo of Glenn Phillips and Chris Gayle. George Worker hasn’t bowled much but could be a lethal asset on a pitch that does provide some turn.
Chris Gayle, Glenn Phillips, Chadwick Walton, George Worker, Kennar Lewis, Javelle Glenn, Derval Green, Ramaal Lewis, Oshane Thomas, Shamar Springer and Zahir Khan


Barbados Tridents won the previous game against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots and will ideally field the same side with Jason Holder leading the side once again. Alex Hales got off to a start against SKN although he didn’t convert it. He will be their trump card in the batting unit with the likes of Johnson Charles and Leniko Boucher in good form as well. With a well-rounded bowling unit in their midst, they are slight favourites for this match in Kingston
Johnson Charles, Alex Hales, Leniko Boucher, JP Duminy, Jason Holder, Jonathan Carter, Ashley Nurse, Roshon Primus, Sandeep Lamichhane, Josh Lalor and Hayden Walsh

Top Picks:

Glenn Phillips is in the midst of a good run with the bat with two consecutive fifties to his name. He is one of the must-have players in this game along with JP Duminy and Alex Hales. Chris Gayle and Chadwick Walton are due for a good performance and backed to do justice to their talent on Sunday. Jason Holder’s incisive swing bowling should serve Barbados Tridents well while the likes of Sandeep Lamichhane and Oshane Thomas should pick a wicket or two to earn a good number of fantasy points

Captaincy Picks:

1. Glenn Phillips
2. JP Duminy
3. Chris Gayle

Fantasy Team & Point Projections

Glenn Phillips, Points: 75-80, Grade: A+

Alex Hales, Points: 40-42, Grade: A

Chris Gayle, Points: 60-62, Grade: A

Chadwick Walton, Points: 25-27, Grade: B

Johnson Charles, Points: 25-27, Grade: B

Jason Holder, Points: 50-52, Grade: A

JP Duminy, Points: 69-71, Grade: A+

Oshane Thomas, Points: 40-42, Grade: A

Sandeep Lamichhane, Points: 30-32, Grade: B

Leniko Boucher, Points: 20-22, Grade: B

Zahir Khan, Points: 40-42, Grade: A

Disclaimer: The views expressed here are that of the author and not an actual reflection of the number of points that the player will earn.

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