ELIMINATOR: St Kitts and Nevis Patriots v Trinbago Knight Riders (16:00)

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots fall of first wicket: Under 19.5 runs

The Patriots have tinkered with their opening partnership throughout the tournament and have struggled for consistent top-order runs.

They passed this mark just three times in their ten group-stage matches.

Laurie Evans to score over 21.5 runs

Evans has scored 219 runs in eight matches for the Patriots, at an average of 27.37.

The Englishman passed this mark in five of those eight innings, with a top score of 64.

Sheldon Cottrell to be top St Kitts and Nevis Patriots bowler

Left-arm seamer Cottrell has taken 11 wickets in just seven matches for the Patriots.

That tally included two three-wicket hauls, both of which saw him named top bowler in the match.

QUALIFIER 1: Guyana Amazon Warriors v Barbados Tridents (20:30)

Guyana Amazon Warriors fall of first wicket: Over 20.5 runs

The Warriors’ two top run-scorers in this competition are their openers, Brandon King and Chandrapaul Hemraj.

At least one of them has scored 50 in five of their last seven matches, with King being run out for 49 in one of the exceptions.

They have put on 50 for the first wicket in four of their last eight matches.

Shimron Hetmyer to score over 21.5 runs

Hetmyer hasn’t been at his best in this competition, but has still shown glimpses of his quality.

The 22-year-old hit 48 in last week’s victory against the Trinbago Knight Riders last week, the fourth time he has passed this mark.

Imran Tahir to be Guyana Amazon Warriors’ top wicket-taker

Tahir has been remarkably consistent in this campaign, taking at least two wickets in all six of his appearances for the Warriors before Friday's victory against Trinbago.

Assuming he can do the same here, then he’s bound to have a good chance in this market.

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