Leslie Reifer (West Indies), Joel Wilson (West Indies, TV), Deighton Butler (West Indies)
The Brian Lara Stadium pitch has enough for the bowlers and batsmen both. After some initial seam movement, the ball comes onto the bat easily as we saw yesterday in the Tallwahas vs Zouks match. The bounce at times is spongy but otherwise trustworthy and the outfield is racing quick. The spin bowlers will get into the contest as the pitch starts to deterirate later in the tournament.
The maximum temperature will be 31 degree centigrade with 40 percent cahnce of precipitation. Like the first two days, humidity will be the biggest challenge for the players and we saw the players struggle because of it yesterday.
The Zouks still need to sort out the batting order issues. The no. 4 spot is still undecided and its either Sammy or Mohammed Nabi who would have to come up the order and steer the inning around.
Last 5 Head To Head
St. Kitts are in early spot of bother in the tournament as they have lost their opening two encounters. The match against Zouks will be a crucial one which they will have to win at all costs. The Zouks didn't have a great start either but they raked up a victory against Barbados Tridents yesterday via the DLS method.