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Guyana Amazon Warriors v Trinbago Knight Riders - CPL 2016 game 11 preview and live cricket streaming

Guyana have been excellent in the field - here Jason Mohammed swoops to catch Devon Thomas against St Kitts
Guyana have been excellent in the field - here Jason Mohammed swoops to catch Devon Thomas against St Kitts

Guyana Amazon Warriors v Trinbago Knight Riders
Caribbean Premier League 2016, game 11, Providence, Guyana
Sunday, 10th July, 19:00 local, 23:00 GMT
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After making it four wins out of four against the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, Guyana Amazon Warriors now take on Trinbago Knight Riders in game 11 of the 2016 Caribbean Premier League.

As expected, their spin bowlers - Adam Zampa was outstanding - led the way while Martin Guptill was named as the man of the match in their six-wicket win over the Patriots, who next head to Barbados to take on the Tridents on 13th July.

Guyana are reaping the benefits of home advantage and getting the most out of a slow track with Guptill and Chris Lynn in ominous form at the top of the order with both Sohail Tanvir and Zampa among the top three leading wicket-takers in the tournament.

However, it is a safe assumption that Trinbago will offer more of a challenge than the Patriots did yesterday. They will have watched Guyana's matches closely and experienced campaigners like Dwayne Bravo, Sunil Narine and Nikita Miler coming up against Guyana's in-form and dynamic side could provide spectacular entertainment.

Guyana have been brilliant in the field and any hesitatition at the crease by the Knight Riders batsmen will be punished, although the Trinbago side are no slouches themselves. This match will pit world-class players against each other throughout.

While Guyana boast a perfect record of four wins from four matches, Trinbago have made a slow start to the competition with one win and three defeats from their own home leg.

They opened with a six-wicket defeat to St Lucia Zouks before beating Tridents by 11 runs. Then they lost by six wickets to Guyana despite Colin Munro scoring a century and lost to Jamaica Tallawahs courtesy of Chris Gayle's ton.

They are putting the runs on the board - with a line-up including Brendon McCullum, Munro, the Bravo brothers, Umar Akmal and Hashim Amla, they have no excuses - but are struggling to defend their totals.

Pace off the ball could be key to the encounter and they will need their own battery of slow and medium bowlers to produce and keep Guptill, Lynn and Jason Mohammed in check. For Trinbago, it is time for Narine, Miller, Sulieman Benn and Kevon Cooper to deliver with the ball as they look to try to catch leaders Guyana.

Guyana will want more of the same and will just keep doing what has served them so well so far and if they manage it, doing the double over the reigning champions is very much on the cards.

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