ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Americas Region Final, 2019: Match 12, Bermuda vs Cayman Islands: Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update
Delray Rawlins has failed only against Canada. He scored 124 runs and took 3 wickets in the remaining three matches.
Updated - Oct 12, 2019 2:14 pm
The 12th match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Americas Region Final 2019 will be played between Bermuda and Cayman Islands at the White Hill Field in Sandys Parish, Hamilton.
The match starts at 3:30 PM local time (12:00 PM IST) (6:30 PM GMT).
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Americas Region Final comes to a conclusion on Sunday evening when the hosts Bermuda will face the Cayman Islands at the White Hill Field. Bermuda defeated the United States of America (USA) twice in the tournament to qualify for the T20 World Cup Qualifiers. However, they failed to beat the other qualifying team, Canada in this competition.
The first game ended in a washout when Bermuda were one over away from a defeat. Canada thumped them on Saturday by a huge margin. They are now favourites to finish as the tournament toppers after boosting their NRR. Bermuda will need a huge win to finish as No.1 if the USA can stun Canada in the afternoon match. The Cayman Islands continue their aim of winning their first International match.
The weather forecast suggests scattered thunderstorms throughout the final day of the tournament. Saturday did have a similar forecast, especially in the afternoon. However, the rain came down only between the two matches and did not interrupt any of the two games.
Compared to the National Stadium, the White Hill Field pitch is slightly quicker. With three days gap and rain in between, the White Hill Field is expected to play better. Teams batting first could be aiming 150 as a winning score.
Injury and Availability News:
(Will be added when there is an update)
Probable Playing XIs:
Okera Bascome (WK), Terryn Fray (C), Malachi Jones, Delray Rawlins, Kamau Leverock, Allan Douglas, Onais Bascome, Deunte Darrell, George O’Brien Jr, Rodney Trott, Justin Pitcher.
Bench: Sinclair Smith, Macai Simmons, Zeko Burgess, Kyle Hodsoll, Derrick Brangman.
Sacha DeAlwis, Paul Manning, Chad Hauptfleisch (WK), Gregory Strydom, Alistair Ifill, Luke Harrington Myers, Troy Taylor, Conroy Wright, Kervin Ebanks, Zachary McLaughlin, Alessandro Morris (C).
Bench: Omar Willis, Darren Cato, Akhilesh Gavade.
Onais Bascome is doing a fine job as an all-rounder for the Bermuda team. Gregory Strydom is the safest option among the batsmen in the Cayman Islands. Paul Manning could excel as he got promoted as an opener in the last match. Delray Rawlins has failed only against Canada. He is expected to finish the tournament with an impactful all-round performance.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain: Delray Rawlins, Kamau Leverock, Onais Bascome
Vice-Captain: Gregory Strydom, Paul Manning, Alistair Ifill
Kamau Leverock has got better ever since he began to bat in the middle-order. He can be a good option as captain or vice-captain in current situation especially if they bat first.
Suggested Playing XI for Head to Head/Small Leagues:
Keeper – Okera Bascome
Batsmen – Delray Rawlins (C), Gregory Strydom (VC), Onais Bascome
All-Rounders – Kamau Leverock, Malachi Jones, Alistair Ifill, Allan Douglas
Bowlers – Troy Taylor, Alessandro Morris, Kervin Ebanks
Suggested Playing XI for Grand Leagues/Mega Leagues:
Keeper – Chad Hauptfleisch
Batsmen – Gregory Strydom, Delray Rawlins, Onais Bascome
All-Rounders – Paul Manning (VC), Malachi Jones, Kamau Leverock (C), Luke Harrington Myers
Bowlers – Alessandro Morris, Troy Taylor, George O’Brien Jr
Both the teams are expected to make a lot of changes with respect to batting line-up as well. Cayman Islands look for their maiden International win while Bermuda wants to sort their combination prior to the Qualifier tournament.
Bermuda is expected to finish the tournament with a big win.