The Tridents became champions for the second time while the Warriors slumped to their fifth defeat in the final out of seven seasons.
Spinners are a safe choice for this game with the likes of Hayden Walsh and Khary Pierre available for a reasonable 8.5 credits each.
The Knight Riders have 4-1 win-loss record at the Brian Lara Stadium. Can they qualify for their third consecutive final?
Brathwaite eventually got rid of Simmons, but couldn't stop TKR from winning the Eliminator by six wickets.
Going in to the all-important Eliminator on an expected slow strip, both teams are short on their spin department.
Colin Munro’s record in the T20 format makes him a bankable option with the Kiwi due for a big knock in CPL 2019.
It's a must-win game for TKR to move to the second spot and avoid playing the Eliminator.
The Tridents have lost all their five games versus TKR at the Port of Spain. This season, they haven't won back-to-back matches either.
Shakib al Hasan’s form with bat and ball makes him a standout player from either roster.
Colin Munro churned out a 56-ball 90 the last times these two sides met at the Queen's Park Oval. TKR won the game by 67 runs.