We can not call Guyana Amazon Warriors as one of the most successful teams in the Caribbean Premier League but it is true that the franchise team has played the final of CPL most of the time. Out of the six seasons of the Caribbean Premier League, they played final four times but luck was not with them anytime. They could not touch the most prestigious league title yet. But, it seems that they are going to remove the trophy-drought tag this time. Yes, Guyana Amazon Warriors won all ten matches in CPL 2019! As the first team, they have secured their position at the knockout level. And now, in the first qualifier round which will take place on 6th October 2019 at the Providence Stadium, Providence, the franchise team of Guyana will face Barbados Tridents.
Guyana Amazon Warriors finish the #CPL19 league stage with 10 wins in 10 matches
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) October 5, 2019
According to the schedule of the Caribbean Premier League 2019, each team has played a total of ten group stage matches. Later, the top four teams have been qualified for the next round which is the playoff. Now, the group level competition of the new season of the CPL has finished successfully and Guyana Amazon Warriors won all ten group stage matches. So, they have gathered the highest 20 points. In that case, their nearest opponent which team is holding the 2nd position is Barbados Tridents and they have gathered 10 points!
If we look at the team squad of Guyana Amazon Warriors, the current captain of the team is Shoaib Malik. They have a number of top-rated T20experts in the squad but here we can say one thing that the players of the squad are keeping performance continuously.
Nicholas Pooran hammered an undefeated half-century as Guyana Amazon Warriors became the first CPL team to complete the group stage with a 100 per cent record.
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) October 5, 2019
Earlier today, Guyana Amazon Warriors played their last group stage match which was also the last match of the group stage in CPL 2019. The opponent was Trinbago Knight Riders. The top-ranked holder team won the toss and let Trinbagobat first.
Trinbago Knight Riders could not start the match as expected and in 18 runs, lost one opener. Just 1 run later, they lost 2nd wicket. Later, based on the performances of Lendl Simmons, Colin Munro, and Kieron Pollard, they added 143 runs in 20 overs by losing five wickets.
Guyana Amazon Warriors did not face any difficulty to chase the score. Openers added 35 runs jointly and finally, captain of the team Shoaib Malik and Pooran led the team to victory. Malik added 28 runs and Pooran scored the highest 54 runs so far. In 18.4 overs, they chased the score in exchange for three wickets.