Probable Playing XIs of JAM vs SKN Match 2, The 6IXTY: ‘I’m like a kid again’ – Chris Gayle excited for return to cricket.

The 2nd match of the 6ixty will see Jamaica Tallawahs facing off against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots on 25th August at Warner Park.

This match will witness a battle between two power hitters of the team. Tallawahs are led by Windies vice captain Rovman Powell, whereas, St Kitts are led by Chris Gayle.

Gayle, who has not Played at a cricket competition since the Bangladesh Premier League, for Fortune Barishal, will Play for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots

“I’m really excited to be back in the field. I missed it. I’m like a kid again, looking forward to the first game… For my debut. I’ll have to get back in shape. I’m still in shape but just a li’l (little) prep here and there to get in that mindset of playing cricket,” Gayle told Espn.

The surface at Warner Park is a batting-friendly wicket and is expected to assist the batters hugely in both innings. There is very little help on offer for the pacers early on, and the spinners may come in handy in the middle overs.

JAM vs SKN The 6ixty Match 2 Probable XIs:

Jamaica Tallawahs:

Jamaica Tallawahs will be led by Windies vice-captain Rovman Powell. Kennar Lewis and Brandon King will be opening the innings. Shamarh Brooks, Amir Jangoo, Rovman Powell, and Chris Green will complete the rest of the batting line-up. In the bowling unit, the onus would be on Fabian Allen, Mohammad Amir, and Joshua Merchant.

Brandon King, Kennar Lewis, Shamarh Brooks, Rovman Powell(c), Amir Jangoo (wk), Chris Green, Migael Pretorius, Mohammad Aamir, Fabian Allen, Jamie Merchant, Joshua Merchant

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots:

Skipper Chris Gayle will be opening the innings along with Evin Lewis. Andre Fletcher, Darren Bravo, Sherfane Rutherford, and Dewald Brevis will be the ones forming the rest of the batting order.

Chris Gayle(c), Darren-Bravo, Evin Lewis, Sherfane Rutherford, Andre Fletcher(wk), Dominic Drakes, Izharullahq Naveed, Jaden Carmichael, Dewald Brevis, Qasim Akram, Jon-Russ Jaggesar

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