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SLK vs JT Live Score Caribbean Premier League 2023 Eliminator Scorecard

Eliminator, Guyana, September 20, 2023, 04:30 AM


Jamaica Tallawahs beat Saint Lucia Kings by 5 wickets

Best Batsmen
Best Bowler
Man of the Match
Fabian Allen
Right then, that's all from this game. The playoffs action in the 2023 Caribbean Premier League continues on September 21, when the Guyana Amazon Warriors and Trinbago Knight Riders square off in Qualifier 1 at the same venue. The first ball will be bowled at 4.30 am IST (11.00 pm GMT, the previous day), but our build-up will begin much sooner. Until then, take care and goodbye!
Brandon King, the captain of the Jamaica Tallawahs, says that it is a similar situation to last year and they are playing their best cricket now. Adds that the coaches understand the boys well and their input really helps them. Shares that captaincy has been new and exciting for him. Mentions that the seniors have helped him a lot. States that he is not 100% yet but getting better day by day. Adds that they will have to assess Amir and see how it goes. Credits the entire bowling unit and Allen especially for their incredible job. Shares that the wicket wasn’t easy but getting a good start helped them a lot. Closes by saying that he is prepared to face any team in the Qualifier 2
Saint Lucia Kings' skipper Sikandar Raza says that he did not expect the conditions to be spin-friendly. Feels that they sat on the back foot for too long with the bat. On Matthew Forde, he says that he has been a real fighter and has been one of the shining stars. Reckons that they needed a leg spinner against Jamaica Tallawahs but it did not work out. Ends by thanking the fans for their support throughout the competition.
Fabian Allen is the Player of the Match for his match-defining spell. He says that it was a difficult surface and bowling in the right areas paid off. Adds that the spirit is good and they are doing well. Shares that they are always ready for the challenge and the team stepped up at the right time. Mentions that they were confident as they did it in a similar fashion last year and want to carry it forward.
Time for the presentation ceremony...
Earlier in the game, after being inserted into bat, the Saint Lucia Kings were rocked early as they lost both openers inside the first four overs. The Kings could never really recover from this shaky start and kept losing wickets at regular intervals. At one stage, Roston Chase and Sikandar Raza were starting to rebuild the innings, but both departed in an over to end their side's hopes of a competitive total. Towards the end, cameos from Khary Pierre and Peter Hatzoglou helped the Kings reach 125. The Jamaica Tallawahs lost Mohammad Amir in the first over to a hamstring strain, but the rest of the bowlers stepped up to put in a good shift. Fabian Allen was the star of the show, with figures of 4 for 25 from his four overs.
As far as Saint Lucia Kings are concerned, their campaign has come to an end in this year's Caribbean Premier League. They would have hoped to go all the way but it wasn't to be. With not a big total to defend, the Saint Lucia Kings needed early wickets to stand any chance. Neither the spin of Peter Hatzoglou nor the pace of Alzarri Joseph were able to set the tone for the Kings in the first couple of overs. Just when the Tallawahs were running away with the game, Matthew Forde's twin strikes gave the Kings a glimmer of hope. Forde had the ball on a string and got another breakthrough before Khary Pierre joined in on the wicket-taking act. However, the Kings were unable to keep the batters under pressure for longer periods which meant they came second best this evening.
Jamaica Tallawahs deliver the knockout punch to the Saint Lucia Kings! A comprehensive victory for the defending champions and they are through to Qualifier 2. In their pursuit of a modest total, skipper Brandon King was in no mood to wait around and signalled his intentions straight away. King continued his brilliant run of form and, with his 19-ball 30, got the Tallawahs off to a flying start before departing. From the 5th over, the Tallawahs began to stutter in the chase, and from 43-0, they slipped to 73-4 on either side of the powerplay. Raymon Reifer and Imad Wasim then got together and showed good application to restore their firm grip on the game. Thanks to the 42-run stand, the Tallawahs got their innings back on track. Reifer stayed unbeaten and ensured there were no more hiccups in the game.
In over# 18
Khary Pierre 26/1(2.2)
SIX! THAT'S IT! Raymon Reifer finishes things off in style! Khary Pierre drops it short, on middle and leg, Raymon Reifer rocks on the back foot and pulls it flat towards deep mid-wicket. Gets it past the diving fielder in the deep for a maximum. Jamaica Tallawahs win by 5 wickets!
WIDE! Short and down the leg. Reifer pulls and misses. Wided.
Flat and going down the leg. Reifer looks to clip it away but misses and it comes off the pad. Johnson Charles appeals and Saint Lucia Kings burn the review.
In over# 17
Matthew Forde 23/4(4)
Back of a length outside off, Reifer punches it past backward point for a single.
Back of a length again, slanting down. Springer glances it to fine leg for one.
Back of a length on the middle. Springer clips it wide of fine leg and gets off the mark with two.
OUT! CAUGHT! Forde gets his fourth! Full on off. Wasim looks to swipe across the line and gets a thick leading edge. The ball skies up toward the deep cover and it is well taken by sweeper cover Shadrack Descartes, who runs in and takes a brilliant catch.
Back of a length on off. Wasim shimmies down and punches it to mid-off.
2 runs.

SLK vs JT Match Detail:

Match: Saint Lucia Kings vs Jamaica Tallawahs

Date: 20 September 2023.

Time: 4:00 AM.

League: Caribbean Premier League 2023

Venue: Providence Stadium, Guyana,

SLK vs JT Preview

The Saint Lucia Kings and the Jamaica Tallawahs will face off in the Eliminator match of the Caribbean Premier League 2023 on September 20, 2023. The match will be played at the Warner Park Stadium in Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis.

The Saint Lucia Kings finished third in the group stage with 10 points, while the Jamaica Tallawahs finished fourth with 9 points. The two teams met twice in the group stage, and the Jamaica Tallawahs won both matches.

The Saint Lucia Kings will be looking to bounce back after a heavy defeat to the Guyana Amazon Warriors in their last match. They will need to fire with the bat if they are to challenge the Jamaica Tallawahs. Their batting line-up includes Johnson Charles, Faf du Plessis, and David Wiese. Their bowling attack is led by Alzarri Joseph and Wahab Riaz.

The Jamaica Tallawahs, on the other hand, are in good form, having won their last two matches. They have a strong batting line-up that includes Alex Hales, Brandon King, and Rovman Powell. Their bowling attack is led by Shamar Springer and Chris Green.

The pitch at the Warner Park Stadium is a good batting surface, so both teams will be looking to score big runs. The weather forecast is for a sunny day, so there should be no interruptions to the match.

Overall, the Jamaica Tallawahs are the favorites to win this match. They have a strong batting line-up and are in good form. However, the Saint Lucia Kings are a dangerous team and should not be underestimated.

SLK vs JT Pitch Report

The Warner Park Stadium in Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis is a good batting surface. The pitch is usually well-maintained and offers even bounce. The outfield is also fast, so batsmen can score runs quickly. Spinner will have to bowl with lot of patience and variation to get wickets. Pacer will have to bowl with good line and length to be successful. Overall, the pitch is a good batting surface and teams should aim to score big runs.

SLK vs JT Weather Report

The weather will be clean and there are no chances of rain.

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Here is SLK vs JT Team Squads

Saint Lucia Kings Squad:

Leonardo Julien(w), Roshon Primus, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Roston Chase, Sean Williams, Sikandar Raza(c), Colin Munro, Alzarri Joseph, Matthew Forde, McKenny Clarke, Jeavor Royal, Chris Sole, Khary Pierre, Kimani Melius, Peter Hatzoglou, Jair McAllister, Sadrack Descarte, Johnson Charles

Jamaica Tallawahs Squad:

Kirk McKenzie, Alex Hales, Steven Taylor, Shamarh Brooks(w), Imad Wasim(c), Fabian Allen, Raymon Reifer, Shamar Springer, Chris Green, Mohammad Amir, Hayden Walsh, Ben Cutting, Jermaine Blackwood, Brandon King, Amir Jangoo, Salman Irshad, Nicholson Gordon, Kelvin Pitman

FAQs About Live Scorecard?

Q. Which team will play today’s match?

Ans. Saint Lucia Kings and Jamaica Tallawahs will play today.

Q. Where will today’s SLK vs JT Eliminator be played?

Ans. The venue for the Eliminator between Saint Lucia Kings and Jamaica Tallawahs is Providence Stadium, Guyana .

Q. What time does the SLK vs JT Eliminator start?

Ans. 4:00 AM.

Q. What time does the SLK vs JT Eliminator match start?

Ans. The Eliminator between the Saint Lucia Kings cricket team and the Jamaica Tallawahs cricket team will begin at 4:00 AM.

Q. Which team will hit more sixes in the SLK vs JT Eliminator?

Ans. Saint Lucia Kings will hit more sixes in this match.

Q. What is our toss prediction of the Saint Lucia Kings vs Jamaica Tallawahs Match?

Ans. Saint Lucia Kings is our toss winner.

Q. How many sixes will be hit in today’s SLK vs JT match?

Ans. 7+ sixes will be hit in this Match.

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