Trinbago Knight Riders take on St Lucia Kings in the 2022 Caribbean Premier League.
When is it taking place?
The match is scheduled to take place at 7pm local time (GMT-5) on Sunday, September 18.
Where is the match being played?
This game is due to be staged at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy on Trinidad.
Who's got the form?
A midtable clash between two teams who need the points if they are to keep the pace with runaway leaders Barbados Royals.
Trinbago have won twice in the last three days, beating Guyana Amazon Warriors on Thursday, before overcoming Jamaica Tallawahs despite a poor start to their run-chase. This is their third game in quick succession.
For Kings, this is the chance to build on the momentum created by a convincing victory against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, where Faf du Plessis and Johnson Charles set up a 189-run target that their bowlers could comfortably defend.
Kieron Pollard is central to Trinbago's plans [CPL/Getty Images]
What's the match-up to watch?
It's impossible to look past Trinbago's star-studded middle order, which features three greats of the T20 franchise circuit in Kieron Pollard, Sunil Narine and Andre Russell. None of them, however, will be at the T20 World Cup this autumn; neither Russell nor Narine were selected, while Pollard has retired from international cricket.
St Lucia might turn to David Wiese to counter their triple threat; the Namibia allrounder ended up with the remarkable figures of 3 for 8 from his four overs against Patriots, stifling their chase through the middle overs.
Knight Riders will have to forge their own plans, however, to dismiss Johnson Charles, the leading run-scorer in the competition so far. His opening partner, Faf du Plessis, is seventh on that list.
What's the news from the camps?
Both teams have used the depth of their squads so far, with St Lucia calling on 19 players over seven games, while Trinbago have used 16.
Matches played: 19
Trinbago Knight Riders wins: 15
St Lucia Kings wins: 2
No result: 2
Can I buy tickets?
Tickets are still available for this fixture, priced from $25 to $37. There is also the Premium All-Inclusive option at $133.
There is a chance of rain throughout the day in Trinidad, with highs of 24 degrees.
What are the squads?
Trinbago Knight Riders: Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Nicholas Pooran, Akeal Hosein, Jayden Seales, Tion Webster, Daryn Dupavillon/Maheesh Theekshana, Seekkuge Prasanna, Tim Seifert, Ravi Rampaul, Colin Munro (from St Lucia leg), Khary Pierre, Anderson Phillip, Terrence Hinds, Leonardo Julien, Shaaron Lewis
St Lucia Kings: Roston Chase, Johnson Charles, Kesrick Williams, Alzarri Joseph, Mark Deyal, Jeavor Royal, Faf du Plessis (arriving September 3), Adam Hose (replaces Tim David), David Wiese (arriving September 3), Scott Kuggeleijn, Matthew Forde, Leroy Lugg, Preston McSween, Larry Edwards, Ackeem Auguste, Rivaldo Clarke, Roshon Primus/Niroshan Dickwella
Alzarri Joseph is a key seamer for St Lucia Kings [CPL/Getty Images]
Trinbago Knight Riders: Tion Webster, Nicholas Pooran, Colin Munro, Tim Seifert, Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Akeal Hosein, Ravi Rampaul, Daryn Dupavillion, Anderson Philip
St Lucia Kings: Johnson Charles, Faf du Plessis, Roston Chase, Adam Hose, Niroshan Dickwella, Roshon Primus, David Wiese, Alzarri Joseph, Matthew Forde, Larry Edward, Kesrick Williams
What are the odds?
Trinbago Knight Riders are heavy favourites, with odds of 8/13.
What's the prediction?
These two teams are virtually neck and neck, but it's hard to look past the strength of Trinbago's middle order. Knight Riders win.
Where can I watch the game?
BT Sport have the live broadcast rights to the competition in the United Kingdom.
Where can I watch elsewhere in the world?
Fancode - India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Myanmar and the Maldives
Sky NZ - New Zealand
Willow - USA
SuperSport - South Africa
Fox Sports - Australia
DAZN – Australia, Europe and South East Asia
SportsMax - Pan Caribbean
E-Networks - Guyana
Star Sports – India
CNC3 - Trinidad & Tobago
Etisalat - Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Oman, Qatar, Syria, Tunisa, UAE, Yemen, West Bank, Gaza Strip and Palestine
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