Short boundaries and a batting paradise will yet again mean that batsmen will be expected to have a field day, with the bowlers needing to rely on changes of pace to trouble the batters. The team batting first will want to get about 120-130 to give themselves a good chance of defending the score.
With a predicted 70 percent cloud-cover, the chances of showers are moderately high. The temperature will however reamin in the high 20s and the teams will be hoping that a full match is played, not a curtailed encounter.
A bit of an inconsequential match as no team wants to play a match after getting ousted from the knockouts. However, that being said, the competitive flavor of the match will not go down one bit. Often the hurting teams come up with exceptional performances and the GICB team will be looking to seek some sort of redemption here.
Last 5 Head To Head
GICB which looked favorites to win the tournament after winning all the league games comprehensively had a heartbreak yesterday as they lost by 8 runs and crashed out of the finals contention. Goes to show you how cruel the game of cricket can be. One bad day at the office and all the hard work goes in vain. The team will be absolutely dejected. As for CCMH, they were absolutely blown away by the South Castries team. They will be looking to salvage some pride here today.