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Guyana vs. South Australia Match Preview

Guyana takes on South Australia in what is a do-or-die clash for the Caribbean outfit.

On paper, this game might seem a lot more enticing than it really is- with a clash between the Twenty20 champions of West Indies against the runners-up from Australia.

However, to any half-blooded cricket fan this is one of the largest mismatches of the tournament thus far, putting a winless Guyana up against an unbeaten South Australia

From Guyana's standpoint, their performances have been atrocious to say the least.

They have managed a three out of three loss ratio, with tomorrow match being their last chance to savour any form of respectability.

On the team selection front- South Australia have been unchanged throughout.  Barring any last minute injury the Australian contingent should be selecting the same XI for this clash.

South Australia: (probable) 1 Daniel Harris, 2 Michael Klinger (capt), 3 Graham Manou (wk), 4 Callum Ferguson, 5 Daniel Christian, 6 Cameron Borgas, 7 Tom Cooper, 8 Aaron O'Brien, 9 Cullen Bailey, 10 Gary Putland, 11 Shaun Tait

At the Guyana end-Steven Jacobs, who replaced Narsingh Deonarine, had a good game against the Lions and should therefore retain his place in the starting XI

Guyana: (probable) 1 Travis Dowlin, 2 Sewnarine Chattergoon, 3 Ramnaresh Sarwan (capt), 4 Steven Jacobs, 5 Chistopher Barnwell, 6 Royston Crandon, 7 Jonathan Foo, 8 Esuan Crandon, 9 Derwin Christian (wk), 10 Lennox Cush, 11 Devendra Bishoo

Taking the above into account there are no surprises that South Australia head into this match as huge favourites, with bookies putting them at 1.2, to Guyana's 4.5

This Champions League has been a tournament where captains have dominated with the bat and none more so than Michael Klinger who has smashes 197 in three match ups so far.

With that said, it is also assumed that Klinger might make his way down the order giving the others some practice in this no-pressure match

While this game might look done and dusted before a ball is even bowled, one must think that the men form the Caribbean will be going out to leave with some form of respectability, and in doing so take the attack to the Aussies

However, good intentions aside, the South Australian team is too good...and will win this.

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