CCG vs WNI Match Prediction & Betting Tips - Nov 09, 2022

CCG vs WNI Match Prediction - Nov 09, 2022

The Windward Islands will be looking to get back to winnings ways, as it faces the Combined Colleges and Campuses team on Wednesday in Match 17 of the ongoing edition of the Super50 Cup.

The Windward Islands are the favorites to win this match. While the odds on offer are pretty short, the poor form of the Combines Colleges means that it will be pretty difficult to find a good return. We would suggest punters place some side bets to maximize their profits. 


CCG vs WNI Team Previews

Combined Campuses and Colleges

Back in the Super50 Cup after a hiatus, the Combined Campuses team is yet to score a victory. While it lost each of the first 3 matches, its latest game against Trinidad and Tobago was washed out, giving them 2 points. The team is last on the points table, and the chances of qualifying for the knockout stage look pretty bleak.

Neither the batting nor the bowling has been great for the Combined Colleges team. Demario Richards and Matthew Forde have scored 74 runs each, and are the top scorers for the team. Much was expected of Kirstan Kallicharan at the top of the order, but he has failed to deliver the goods, and so has captain Denesh Ramdin, who is scoring at an average of less than 24.

Amari Goodridge has picked up 4 wickets so far, while Michail Powell has 3 wickets against his name. However, the opposition hasn’t been troubled much by any of the bowlers. 


Combined Campuses and Colleges Playing 11

Abhijai Mansingh, Amari Alexandre Goodridge , Jonathan Drakes, Matthew Forde, Nathan Edward, Navin Bidaisee, Odain McCatty, Romario Leon Jelani Greaves , Zavier Khadeem Burton , Denesh Ramdin, Kirstan Kallicharan.

Windward Islands

The Windward Islands had a good start to its latest campaign, winning each of its opening 2 matches. However, they have faltered in the last 2 games, losing to Trinidad and Tobago, as well as Guyana. As a result, the Windward Islands is 3rd on the points table, trailing second-placed Trinidad and Tobago by 2 points.

Alick Athanze and Kavem Hodge are in excellent form with the bat and are the top scorers in the league this season. Athanze has scored 2 centuries in 4 innings and has scored an aggregate of 279 runs, while Hodge is close behind at 225 runs. However, other than these two batsmen, none of the others have been able to make an impact. Veteran Sunil Ambris as well as Johnson Charles haven’t yet scored consistently.

Talking about the bowling, Justin Greaves is the top wicket-taker and has 7 wickets against his name. Kavem Hodge, with his all-round abilities, has picked up 6 wickets. Other than them, the bowling has been below par. 

Windward Islands Playing 11

Alick Athanaze, ADS Fletcher, Darel Cyrus, Larry Edwards, Preston McSween, Sadrack Descartes, Tevyn Walcott, Johnson Charles, Justin Greaves, Kavem Hodge, Sunil Ambris.

CCG vs WNI Toss Prediction

The team winning the toss is likely to bat first here and put a big total on board, to get the opposition under pressure. 


Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.

Pitch and Conditions

The pitch at the Brian Lara Stadium has seen some close battles between the bat and the ball, as there is something for everyone here. The spinners will get some turn as the game progresses, but they might find it difficult to grip the ball in the second innings because of the dew. The temperature is likely to stay close to 30 degrees Celsius.

There is a good chance of rain, and we might see the DLS in action at some point. 


CCG vs WNI Betting Tips

We are backing the Windward Islands to win this one. While they haven’t been in the best of forms off late, the below-par team of the Combined Campuses provides them with the perfect opportunity to bounce back.

Bet on a Windward Islands win. 


Today Match Prediction

Windward Islands To Win the Match, 1.30

Bet Tip Here

Who will win CCG vs WNI

Combined Campuses and Colleges 66.67% (18)
Windward Islands 33.33% (9)
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