St Lucia Zouks v Guyana Amazon Warriors – Betting Tips and Prediction
While the Zouks have done well so far, those batting frailties have to be a concern.
Early wickets for the Amazon Warriors and this could prove a difficult task for St Lucia.
There are many other markets to look at other than outright winner bets.
Hetmyer to Get Back in the Runs
Shimron Hetmyer has seen the runs dry up in recent outings after a bright start to the tournament.
That said, it’s hard to keep him down and it would be no surprise to see him quickly back among the runs in this one. He is certainly overdue a score and he can relish the chance to edge his side closer to the play-off picture.
Now could be the time to catch him to be his team’s top batsman at 4.25 with LeoVegas.
Nabi a Danger with the Ball Again
When these two teams met at this ground earlier in the tournament, it was Scott Kuggeleijn that did the damage with the ball in hand.
However, since then, Mohammad Nabi has been the star for St Lucia.
He only took one wicket against the Tridents, but that came on the back of a five-wicket haul against St Kitts.
It’s hard to overlook him to be his team’s top wicket-taker once more at 2.88 with 22Bet.
Green’s Consistency to Pay Off
Guyana skipper Chris Green has bowled consistently well all tournament and can claim more scalps in the fixture.
He bagged two against St Kitts and could be the man to benefit from the pressure applied by team-mate Imran Tahir.
While Tahir will no doubt top the betting market to be Guyana’s top wicket-taker, siding with Green should offer some value. Unibet have Green offered at 5.0 to be the top bowler for Guyana.
Don’t forget to take a look at a round-up of our best bets for this contest.