Match Preview – 29th Match: Clove Challengers vs Cinnamon Pacers

Clove Challengers and Cinnamon Pacers meet for the second time in the tournament, with not much at stake. Cinnamon Pacers have qualified for semi-finals while Clove Challengers have a slim chance of advancing to the next stage of the tournament due to a poor net run rate.

In the Spotlight

Clove Challengers had a cold tournament some good cricket was surrounded by average performances. The lack of runs consistently from their batsmen finds them in the position on the table where they currently occupy. The team will be hoping for a positive effort with the bat from their batters, they have blown hot and cold and would need to put in a superb performance if the Challengers are to qualify for the next round. The bowlers at times have lacked penetration however, they have suffered due to the lack of runs on the board to defend.

Cinnamon Pacers will be looking at this game to fine tune performance for the next phase of the tournaments. Some of the tired legs may get a rest in anticipation of what is to come. Their batsmen led by leading top scorer Alick Athanaze will be looking for another good performance, Micah Narine and Heron Campbell have come good in the last few games and will be hoping for more from the top order.


The weather is expected to be overcast the chance of rain

Pitch Conditions

The pitch should continue to be a good one for batting with little assistance provided to the bowlers.


Cinnamon Pacers: Micah Narine, Kyron Andrew, Alick Athanaze, Adel Beggs, Heron Campbell, Chard Charles, Josh Edmund, Javed Hazzard, Nicoby John, Levaughn Lewis, Ken Maturine, Kenroy Peters, Javel St. Paul, Reuel Williams

Clove Challengers: Cyprian Forsyth (C), Teddy Bishop, Jamie Buddy, Denroy Charles, Tiron Charles, Deyna George, Melvin Gordon, Imran Joseph, Angel Johnson, Cliffon Mark, Darron Nedd, Jeron Noel, Kimo Peters, Casimir Thomas