Super50 Cup: Match 15, TNT vs WIE - Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips

Super50 Cup, 2019-20: Match 15, Group B, Trinidad & Tobago vs West Indies Emerging Team – Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update

Kevin Sinclair will be a safe option as vice-captain for this match due to his all-round skills.

Kyle Hope
Kyle Hope of Barbados Tridents. (Photo By Randy Brooks/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Match Details:

The 15th match of the Super50 Cup 2019-20 will be the Group B game between Trinidad & Tobago and West Indies Emerging Team played at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad.

The match starts at 1:30 PM local time (5:30 PM GMT) (11:00 PM IST).

The game can be viewed on Windies Cricket’s YouTube channel and on Fan Code in India.


The Trinidad & Tobago began the Super50 Cup 2019-20 in style with back to back wins that too by comfortable margins. The Windward Islands and Guyana are the teams that faced the wrath from Trinidad. They will now face the West Indies Emerging Players Team who have done well thus far. They registered wins against the Leeward Islands and the United States of America. Their lone defeat thus far came against Guyana in the first match as the game came in the final over.

Weather Condition/Report:

The Queen’s Park Oval could see the chances of rain between 11 AM and 2 PM local time. However, things are expected to become better as the game progresses.

Pitch Condition/Report:

The Queen’s Park Oval has been more of a turning track especially as the game progresses. The best batting conditions are seen in the first hour of the match. The USA failed to chase down the 227-run target in the last game showing how tough it is to bat second at this venue.

Average 1st inning score: 233 (Completed D/N List A matches since 2018/19)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 3, Lost – 5

Team News:

(Will be added when there is an update)

Probable Playing XIs:

Trinidad & Tobago:

Jeremy Solozano, Tion Webster, Kyle Hope, Darren Bravo, Jason Mohammed, Yannick Ottley, Steven Katwaroo (WK), Jon Ross Jaggesar, Imran Khan (C), Odean Smith, Anderson Phillip.

Bench – Akeil Hosein, Keagan Simmons, Isaiah Rajah.

West Indies Emerging Team:

Kimani Melius, Gidron Pope, Joshua Da Silva (WK), Justin Greaves, Roland Cato, Yannic Cariah (C), Kevin Sinclair, Dominic Drakes, Jermaine Levy, Keon Harding, Ashmead Nedd.

Bench – Leonardo Julian, Camarie Boyce, Jayden Seales.

Top Picks:

Joshua Da Silva got out for only 3 runs in the first game but has struck 62 and 103 without being dismissed. Keon Harding is going through sensational form having taken 10 wickets in three matches including two 4-wicket hauls. Kevin Sinclair scored an unbeaten 34 and picked up a wicket in the first game. In the previous match against the Windward Islands, he claimed three wickets.

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Joshua Da Silva, Darren Bravo, Kevin Sinclair

Vice-Captain – Tion Webster, Yannick Ottley, Keon Harding

Kevin Sinclair will be a safe option as vice-captain for this match due to his all-round skills.

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for Fantasy Cricket:

KeeperJoshua Da Silva (C)

Batsmen – Jeremy Solozano, Tion Webster (VC), Darren Bravo, Justin Greaves, Roland Cato

All-Rounders – Jason Mohammed, Yannick Ottley

Bowlers – Keon Harding, Dominic Drakes, Anderson Phillip

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for Fantasy Cricket:

Keeper – Joshua Da Silva

BatsmenDarren Bravo (C), Tion Webster, Kimani Melius, Justin Greaves

All-RoundersKevin Sinclair (VC), Jason Mohammed, Yannick Ottley

Bowlers – Keon Harding, Ashmead Nedd, Anderson Phillip

Expert Advice:

Yannick Ottley is yet to touch his best in this tournament. During the 2018/19 season of Super50 Cup, Ottley took 17 wickets from 9 matches and also scored 79 runs in four innings he batted. Hence, ignoring him in the fantasy team won’t be the best of ideas.

Probable Winners:

The Trinidad and Tobago are expected to record their 3rd straight win.

*Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.