The Super50 Cup 2021 is all set to continue with Match No.15 on Monday, February 22 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Guyana. The upcoming match will see the Windward Islands taking on the Guyana. Their 50-over affair is slated to commence from 6:30 PM IST onwards. Here's a look at the Windward Islands vs Guyana live streaming details, how to watch Windward Islands vs Guyana live in India and where to catch Windward Islands vs Guyana live scores.
The ongoing Super50 Cup 2021 is the 47th edition of the tournament. Six teams are participating in the event and they are playing against each other in a round-robin format followed by the semifinals and a final across 19 matches. The Super50 Cup 2021 season premiered on February 7 and will conclude on February 27.
The tournament is being played out across two venues, namely Antigua’s Coolidge Cricket Ground and Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. The upcoming Match No.15 between the Windward Islands and Guyana is the final league game for both sides in this year’s event. As of now, the Windward Islands are placed at No.3 on the points table while the Guyana side is placed at No.2 on the points table.
There is no telecast scheduled for the Super50 Cup live matches. However, ardent fans of the tournament will be able to catch the Windward Islands vs Guyana live streaming on the FanCode app. One can also keep tabs on the social media accounts of the West Indies Cricket Board for the Windward Islands vs Guyana live scores and updates.
As per Accuweather, the weather prediction indicates that there are no chances of rain during match time. The temperatures are predicted to hover around 25 degrees Celsius during the course of the match.
The pitch is known to be conducive for bowlers as the average first-innings score at the venue has been 213 in the last five matches played there. The captain winning the toss is likely to bat first, considering the chasing teams have won just two of the last five matches played at the stadium.
Andre Fletcher, Kimani Melius, Sunil Ambris (c), Kevin Stoute, Emmanuel Stewart (wk), Keron Cottoy, Roland Cato, Ryan John, Larry Edwards, Preston McSween, Obed McCoy, Ray Jordan, Alick Athanaze, Kenneth Dember and Desron Maloney.
Chandrapaul Hemraj, Tevin Imlach, Shimron Hetmyer (c), Chris Barnwell, Leon Johnson, Anthony Bramble (wk), Romario Shepherd, Kevin Sinclair, GudakeshMotie, Nial Smith, Keon Joseph, Asad Fudadin, Kemal Savory, Akshaya Persaud and Ramaal Lewis.