The Jamaica Scorpions will take on the Guyana Jaguars in the seventh match of the Super50 Cup 2021. The match is scheduled to begin at 1:30 PM local time (11:00 PM IST) from the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Osbourn, Antigua and Barbuda on February 14, 2021.
Here are the Jamaica vs Guyana live streaming details, how to watch the Super50 Cup live in India and the Jamaica vs Guyana pitch report and weather forecast for the contest.
Super50 Cup 2021: Jamaica Scorpions vs Guyana Jaguars preview
In match-7 of the 2021 Super Cup50, the Jamaica Scorpions and the Guyana Jaguars – two teams in very different conditions – take on each other.
Jamaican Scorpions are hoping to recover from their 5 goal defeat to the Trinidad and Tobago Reds in Match 4. The country will bet on Brandon King, who scored a great 97 goals, to help the Scorpions secure a total of 258 goals in their last match.
Since T&T has only scored 41 shots, the team will also expect more from their bowling team. You are currently at the bottom of the table.
Guiana Jaguars, on the other hand, will enter this game with a series of two games. Jaguar won their first match against the Barbados Pride by an incredible 56 distance and this was followed by a win against the Lee Island nation.
Captain Leon Johnson made an amazing century when it took Gudakesh Moti 4 weekends to secure an unbeaten streak for his team in his first two games. Jaguar currently tops the standings with 8 points and a net pace of 0.855.
Super50 Cup live in India: Jamaica vs Guyana live streaming details
None of the SuperCup50 tournament games will be televised in India. However, fans can tune in to the DreamSports owned multi-sport aggregator app, FanCode for the Jamaica vs Guyana live streaming. The Jamaica vs Guyana live scores and updates will also be available on the social media accounts and website of the West Indies Cricket Board.
Super50 Cup 2021: Jamaica vs Guyana pitch report and weather forecast
Accuweather predicts a sunny day with no rain during the game on Sunday. The temperature at Osbourne will hit a high of 28°C and there will be some cloud cover towards the end of the match. The average score at all the Super50 Cup games this season has been around the 250-run mark, with Barbados’ 301 being the highest score of the tournament until now. The pitches have been well suited for fast bowlers as well.