Cricket Betting Tips and Match Predictions for GT20 Canada Today

Kieron Pollard
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While Vancouver Knights and the CWI B Team are the top two teams and will clash for one upmanship, it would be all about survival for Toronto Nationals and Montreal Tigers.

Match 14: Vancouver Knights vs CWI B Team

It will be a great encounter as the top two teams of the Global T20 Canada League lock horns against each other. While the Cricket Windies B team has been absolutely clinical, winning all of their four matches, the Vancouver Nights are at the second spot with two wins out of four games.

At this point, if there is anyone who can challenge the table toppers CWI B team, it is Vancouver Nights as per the points table.


All-rounders Justin Greaves and Sherfane Rutherford are in red-hot form and would like to cash in. Khary Pierre and Obed McCoy are the lead bowlers for Vancouver Nights.

For Knights, Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis are the mainstays of the batting line up as they would have the onus of setting the platform for a big score. All-rounder Andre Russell and Tim Southee will lead their bowling pack.

Now let's have a look at the two squads.

Vancouver Knights

Chris Gayle(c), Evin Lewis, Chadwick Walton(w), Rassie van der Dussen, Andre Russell, Babar Hayat, Saad Bin Zafar, Tim Southee, Fawad Ahmed, Sheldon Cottrell, Jeremy Gordon, Ruvindu Gunasekera, Srimantha Wijeratne, Kamau Leverock, Steven Jacobs, Salman Nazar

CWI B Team

Anthony Bramble (c & wk), Sherfane Rutherford, Brandon King, Nicholas Pooran, Justin Greaves, Shamar Springer, Fabian Allen, Derval Green, Jeremiah Louis, Khary Pierre, Obed McCoy, Alick Athanaze, Roland Cato, Kavem Hodge

Cricket Betting Tips and Match Prediction*

Who will win? CWI B Team

Player of the Match - Andre Russell (Vancouver Knights), Justin Greaves (CWI B Team)

Top Batsman (Runs Scored) - Evin Lewis (Vancouver Knights), Justin Greaves (CWI B Team)

Top Bowler (Wickets taken) - Tim Southee (Vancouver Knights), Obed McCoy (CWI B Team)

Most Sixes - Chris Gayle (Vancouver Knights), Brandon King (CWI B Team)


Match 15: Toronto Nationals vs Montreal Tigers

Although Montreal Tigers and Toronto Nationals have had a quite similar tournament, both of them are languishing at the bottom of the table with the teams having won just one out of their four games. The one losing this match can almost consider itself out of the tournament.

Dwayne Smith and Sunil Narine will open the batting for Montreal Tigers and would like to get them off to a flier. Moses Henriques has also been in good touch and would be the mainstay of their middle order. In the bowling line up, Peter Siddle, Sunil Narine and Moses Henriques are expected to put up a good show.


For Toronto Nationals, Steve Smith, Anton Devcich, Darren Sammy and Johnson Charles are the main batsmen while Mohammed Sami and Kesrick Williams are the lead bowlers.

Now let's have a look at the two squads.

Toronto Nationals

Johnson Charles(w), Nizakat Khan, Steven Smith, Anton Devcich, Kieron Pollard, Nitish Kumar, Darren Sammy(c), Mohammad Naveed, Nikhil Dutta, Kesrick Williams, Mohammad Sami, Farhan Malik, Usama Mir, Rohan Mustafa, Mohammad Umair, Kamran Akmal

Montreal Tigers

Lasith Malinga (c), Dwayne Smith, Denesh Ramdin (wk), Moises Henriques, Peter Siddle, Kevon Cooper, Sunil Narine, George Worker, Ashley Nurse, Najibullah Zadran, Ibrahim Khaleel, Rayyan Pathan, Sikandar Raza, Cecil Pervez, Sandeep Lamichhane, Dillon Heyliger, Nicholas Kirton

Cricket Betting Tips and Match Prediction*

Who will win? Montreal Tigers

Player of the Match - Kieron Pollard (Toronto Nationals), Sunil Narine (Montreal Tigers)

Top Batsman (Runs Scored) - Steven Smith (Toronto Nationals), Moises Henriques (Montreal Tigers)

Top Bowler (Wickets taken) - Mohammad Naveed (Toronto Nationals), Lasith Malinga (Montreal Tigers)

Most Sixes - Johnson Charles (Toronto Nationals), Dwayne Smith (Montreal Tigers)

*NB these predictions may be changed nearer the start of the match once the final starting teams have been announced and we will be running ‘In–Play’ features soon, so stay tuned.

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