In the fifth-place playoff, the Fort Charlotte Strikers will lock horns with the Grenadines Divers. Both teams didn’t have the best of seasons, and they only managed to win two of their eight games each. Grenadines Divers will be disappointed with their results in this edition after a successful first season where they finished third and will want to come back stronger in the next edition. On the other hand, the Fort Charlotte Strikers finished last in the league stage in the previous edition. This time around, they boosted their ranking by one, but they wouldn’t be celebrating either. They’d like to win this game, though and end the season on a high.
According to the weather forecast, the likelihood of rain is 42%. It will have a temperature of about 28 degrees Celsius.
The pitch is curated for explosive cricket, provided that T10 is the sport’s shortest format. The circuit is smooth and appears to support batsmen. As 100+ scores are a norm on this ground, bowlers will have a hard time finding their footing on this pitch.
Fort Charlotte Strikers:
Gidron Pope (c&wk), Sealroy Williams, Nigel Small, Kirton Lavia, Rasheed Fredricks, Ray Jordan, Rickford Walker, Alex Samuel, Sylvan Spencer, Roland Cato, Andrew Thomas
Asif Hooper (c), Romario Grant (wk), Shem Browne, Razine Browne, Obed McCoy, Geron Wyllie, Braxie Brown, Kadir Nedd, Kevin Abraham, Tyron Theophile, Wayne Harper
Fort Charlotte Strikers vs Grenadines Divers Dream 11:
Asif Hooper (c), Wayne Harper (wk), Roland Cato, Kadir Nedd, Shem Browne, Sealroy Williams, Tyron Theophile, Kevin Abraham, Ray Jordan, Geron Wyllie, Rasheed Fredricks
The recent winning form of Fort Charlotte Strikers gives them the advantage over Grenadine Divers, who have been winless since their first match in the tournament, without a doubt.