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Barbados Tridents v Guyana Amazon Warriors - CPL 2016 game 25 - preview and live cricket streaming

Guyana Amazon Warriors' Chris Lynn is the tournament's leading run-scorer
Guyana Amazon Warriors' Chris Lynn is the tournament's leading run-scorer

Barbados Tridents v Guyana Amazon Warriors
Caribbean Premier League 2016, game 25, Lauderhill, Florida
Thursday, 28th July, 19:00 local, 23:00 GMT
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The biggest party in sport moves on to Florida, USA, for the first time and the party in America begins with the Barbados Tridents taking on the Guyana Amazon Warriors in game 25 of the Caribbean Premier League 2016.

There will be a touch of the unexpected as all six teams experience cricket in America for the first time, even if some players have played in Lauderhill before.

First up, Barbados Tridents and Guyana Amazon Warriors - both sides that lost to St Lucia in their last match - clash to get the final leg of group matches underway.

The two sides meet twice in three days so there is no previous match-up this season to look at but playing each other quickly in succession brings an interesting dynamic to the game.

Guyana got off to a flyer in this year's tournament and were setting the early pace thanks to a string of fine performances at home, before they were overtaken by the Jamaica Tallawahs.

Now they lie in second place and know that they are close to guaranteeing their spot in the play-offs.

Tridents, meanwhile, are in fifth place having recently been overtaken by both Trinbago Knight Riders and the St Lucia Zouks, so the pressure is on for them.

Chris Lynn is the tournament's leading run-scorer and will be a key man for Guyana - especially now Martin Guptill is away on duty with New Zealand - and losing AB de Villiers has been a big blow for Barbados.

They will be relying on Nicholas Pooran and captain Kieron Pollard to step up and Ravi Rampaul is their leading bowler with 12 wickets so far.

Guyana's Sohail Tanvir leads the way with 14 while leg-spinner Adam Zampa also has 12 so Barbados will have their work cut out.

As ever, whichever team can adapt to the playing surface and change their tactics and game accordingly quickest may have an advantage, but as these two sides have already been in the States for a number of days, they shouldn't take too long to do so.

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