Trinidad and Tobago vs Windies Emerging Team Live Score Team News Dream 11 Predictions


TNT vs WIE: Trinidad and Tobago will look to continue their unbeaten run in the ongoing Super 50 Cup 2019 when they square off against  Windies Emerging Team at Port of Spain on Wednesday night.

Sitting second in Group B, Trinidad and Tobago has managed two wins in as many encounters and would be hoping for their third win on the trot. They started their campaign with 8 wickets win over Windward Island and followed it with 6 wickets win over Guyana in the second fixture.

Windies Emerging Team has grabbed the top position in Group B with two wins and a defeat in three encounters.  They have also secured back to back wins and it will be interesting to watch who makes a hat-trick of wins tomorrow.


Trinidad and Tobago vs Windies Emerging Team News

Windies Emerging Team News

  • As such, there’s no need to tweak the winning combination
  • K Melius, G Pope and J D Silva are likely to form the top order
  • J Greaves, R Cato and skipper Y Cariah will follow
  • The right-arm medium Keon Harding will open the attack alongside K Sinclair, A Nedd, JJ Levy and DC Drakes

Trinidad and Tobago Team News

  • The management might not tweak the winning combination after two consecutive wins
  • J Solozano, T Webster and K Hope will form the top order for the side
  • D Bravo, J Mohammed and Y Ottley will bat in the middle order
  • Skipper I Khan will form the attack alongside Anderson Phillip, Jon Russ Jaggesar and Odean Smith

Trinidad and Tobago vs Windies Emerging Playing 11

WIE Playing 11

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

TNT Playing 11

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

Trinidad and Tobago vs Windies Emerging Squads

Windies Emerging Team Squad-

Ashmead Nedd, Gidron Pope, Joshua Da Silva, Yannic Cariah (c), Kimani Melius (vc), Camarie Boyce, Roland Cato, Dominic Drakes, Justin Greaves, Keon Harding, Leonardo Julian, Jermaine Levy, Jayden Seales and Kevin Sinclair

Trinidad and Tobago Squad-

Tion Web­ster, Odean Smith, An­der­son Phillip, Steven Kat­wa­roo, Im­ran Khan (c), Yan­nick Ot­t­ley (vc), Ja­son Mo­hammed, Jon Ross Jagge­sar, Kea­gan Sim­mons, Akeil Ho­sein, Dar­ren Bra­vo, Kyle Hope, Je­re­my Solozano, Isa­iah Ra­jah

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