Cinnamon Pacers who finished second on the table will battle with Ginger Generals who finished third on the points table will face off each other for a spot in the grand finale.
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Cinnamon Pacers who have scored back to back highest scores in the tournament will enter the semi-final full of confidence with the form of their batsmen, the team which has been heavily reliant on Alick Athanaze the tournament top scorer to lead runs scoring has had batsmen at different games in the latter stage of the round robin phase coming into their own. Their bowling has steadily improved but is still the weaker aspect of their team.
Ginger Generals who boast of one off the better bowling line ups in the tournament would be depending on their bowlers to put in another good performance, Larry Edward, Daniel Mc Donald, Nelo Pascals and Nicklaus Redhead have done wells as a quartet in the recent matches. The batting of the Generals has been hot and cold in their most recent matches and would demand an improve performance from their batsmen if they are to advance to the final of the tournament.
The weather is forecasted to be sunny and with a slim chase of rain.
Batsmen have enjoyed themselves all tournament and the wicket produced for this match should provide little assistance 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
Ginger Generals: Roland Cato (C), Sheon Andrew, Wavel Benjamin, Jahiem Brathwaite, Reynold Charles, Larry Edward, Michael Fraser, Randol Garcia, Keone George, Anil Matthew (wk) Daniel Mc Donald, Sunil Narayan, Nelon Pascal, Nicklaus Redhead