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Cricket Free Tips | Vincy Premier League T10 2020, Match 21: Botanical Garden Rangers vs Fort Charlotte Strikers

For the second time in the second edition of Tuesday’s Vincy Premier League, the Botanical Gardens Rangers and Fort Charlotte Strikers will face each other. In their last game, both teams were fortunate to get away with a point that was abandoned because of the storm. Still, before the rain came in the Rangers completed their first innings and scored 106 runs.

Rangers lost their previous battle against Salt Pond Breakers as they struggled to protect the limit of 98 runs, while Fort Charlotte Strikers’ opposition lost their last match by chasing 118 runs against Dark View Explorers as well. Coming to this game, both teams will expect at least an outcome from the upcoming game.



As there is a 68% risk of rain during the game, the weather does not look good for today either. The temperature will be about 29 degrees Celsius, with high humidity.



The pitch is quite a balanced one. Between bat and ball, we should expect an even contest. Also on this pitch, teams winning the toss should look to chase.


Playing XIs:

Botanical Gardens Rangers:

Kenneth Dember, Emmanuel Stewart, Keron Cottoy, Donwell Hector, Hyron Shallow, Atticus Browne, Donald Delpleche, Richie Richards, Romario Bibby, Zemron Providence, Kimali Williams


Fort Charlotte Strikers:

Rasheed Fredricks, Nigel Small, Gidron Pope, Kirton Lavia, Sealroy Williams, Ray Jordan, Rickford Walker, Chelson Stowe, Alex Samuel, Roland Cato, Andrew Thomas


Botanical Garden Rangers vs Fort Charlotte Strikers Dream 11:

Kirton Lavia (c), Emmanuel Stewart (wk), Hyron Shallow, Roland Cato, Atticus Browne, Kenneth Dember, Sealroy Williams, Kimali Williams, Zemron Providence, Ray Jordan, Rasheed Fredrick


There is no match of capabilities between the two competing teams. Throughout the tournament, the Botanic Garden has been excellent and is a clear favourite to win the game. Let’s support your favourite cricket team at Baji now!


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