TKR vs SLK Dream11 Team, Dream11 Preview & analysis


CPL 2021: TKR vs SLK 

This will be a reverse fixture of the two teams but the conditions will be completely different from the last game. A fresh wicket will be used for this game, so you can expect much better batting conditions and hopefully, few runs as well. 

Section 1: Venue 

Warner Park, St Kitts 

Average score batting first: 154 

Average winning score batting first: 176

Average score batting second: 134 

Average score batting first in CPL 2019: 180 

Average winning score batting first in CPL 2019: 186 

Average score batting second: 178 

Pace vs Spin (CPL 2019) 

Pace wickets: 62.5% 

Spin wickets: 37.5% 

Best bowling type at the venue: (CPL’19)

Most wickets: RAP & RALB (31 & 14) 

Best SR: RALB & RAP (13.7 & 18.5) 

Bat 1st or 2nd pattern at the venue: 

Advantage to the side chasing. 

Match odds: 1.61 TKR 

Section 2: Predicted Playing11 

Trinbago Knight Riders Last XI: 

L Simmons (RHB) 

Tion Webster (RHB) 

Colin Munro (LHB) 

Tim Seifert (RHB) 

Sunil Narine (LHB, RAO) 

Kieron Pollard (RHB, RAM) (C) 

Dinesh Ramdin (RHB) (WK) 

Isuru Udana (LAM, RHB) 

Akeal Hossain (LAO) 

Ravi Rampual (RAM) 

Jayden Seales (RAM)

*Darren Bravo twisted his ankle and wasn’t available in the last game, so Webster played and opened, and Narine was pushed down the order. If Darren comes back in place of Webster, Narine can open once again. 

St Lucia Kings Last XI: 

Rakheem Cornwall (RHB, RAO) 

Andre Fletcher (RHB, WK) 

Faf Du Plessis (RHB) (C) 

Roston Chase (RHB, RAO) 

Mark Deyal (LHB, RAO) 

Tim David (RHB, RAO) 

Keemo Paul (RAM, RHB) 

Wahab Riaz (LAF, RHB) 

Alzarri Joseph (RAF) 

Usman Qadir (RALB) 

Jeavor Royal (LAO) 

Section 3: Player Battles: 

(Refer PDF) 

Batsmen with favourable matchups and no major wicket taking threats: 

Colin Munro ✅

Darren Bravo ✅

Dinesh Ramdin ✅

Kieron Pollard ✅

Tim Seifert ✅

Bowlers with favourable matchups & with multiple dismissals: 

Kesrick 8 dismissals 

Riaz 14 dismissals 

Narine 4 dismissals 

Section 4: Player performance against the opposition 

(Refer PDF) 

Munro in both ✅

Darren in both, prefer batting first ✅

Ramdin bat first ✅

Pollard bat first ✅

Simmons chasing ✅

Pollard bowling in both ✅

Kesrick bowling first ✅

Section 5: Finding the fantasy value:

Roston Chase: With Narine not opening, Chase becomes the safest choice for captaincy now. Always reliable with the bat and is bowling exceptionally well. The only concern with him is, he is bowling all his four overs in a row, which sometimes decreases your chances of getting a wicket. But again, safest choice available. 

Captaincy suitability: Both small & grand leagues. 

Colin Munro & Lendl Simmons: Was the first time when i saw Munro batting at 40*(46) in a game, remained not out and his team lost. But in his defence, the conditions were difficult to bat as well. 

Simmons too, batted very slowly and increased the required run rate to over 10 before he got out. On a fresh wicket, both of them will be great captaincy choices. If you have to choose one, Munro will be my preferred choice. 

Captaincy suitability: Both small & grand leagues. 

Kieron Pollard (batting first): As discussed in the last game, Pollard batting first will again be a very good captaincy choice. Hasn’t bowled in the tournament yet, but St Lucia is one of his favourite sides in the competition with the ball. 

Captaincy suitability: Both small & grand leagues. 

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