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Online Cricket Betting – Free Tips | Super50 Cup 2021, Match 3: Leeward Islands vs Barbados

Leeward Islands and Barbados start their 2021 Super50 Cup similarly. The Leeward Islands suffered a defeat to the Windward Islands in the tournament’s opening match. As the target of 285 was always going to be hard to chase down here in Antigua, their bowling unit let them down.

Barbados met Guyana in their first game. Their bowlers did a fine job of limiting the Guyanese to just 235. Eventually, the match was limited to 29.3 overs, with a target of 148 set for Barbados. However, their batsmen had a horrible day as they could only manage to score 91 runs. This game is highly important for both teams for obvious reasons.



At the start of the match in Antigua will be hot and humid, but the weather in the evening will be decent. For this match, there is no risk of precipitation.



A fair contest between the bat and ball was seen at this venue. As the game progresses, the pitch is supposed to slow down, making batting first the most sensible choice.

A score of 230-250 will be considered a par total in this venue.


Playing XIs:

Leeward Islands

Montcin Hodge (c), Amir Jangoo (wk), Kieran Powell, Nitish Kumar, Ross Powell, Terrence Warde, Sheeno Berridge, Hayden Walsh, Ashmead Nedd, Quinton Boatswain, Keacy Carty



Jason Holder (c), Tevyn Walcott (wk), Zachary McCaskie, Jonathan Carter, Shamarh Brooks, Ashley Nurse, Chemar Holder, Roston Chase, Keon Harding, Akeem Jordan, Justin Greaves


Leeward Islands vs Barbados Dream 11:

Jason Holder (c), Amir Jangoo (wk), Zachary McCaskie, Jonathan Carter, Ross Powell, Nitish Kumar, Kieran Powell, Roston Chase, Ashley Nurse, Quinton Boatswain, Sheeno Berridge


In the last match, Zachary McCaskie managed to do a good job. Even if Barbados had lost their first game to Guyana, they did a pretty good job of restricting Guyana with the ball. We expect Barbados to win this game against the Leeward Islands in this game. Let’s bet with now to support your favourite cricket team!

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