TT vs BRP Match Prediction & Betting Tips - Nov 16, 2022

TT vs BRP Match Prediction - Nov 16, 2022

We have now reached the knockout stage in the ongoing edition of the Super50 Cup in the West Indies, and Trinidad and Tobago will take on Barbados in the first of the semifinals on Wednesday.

Trinidad and Tobago are the favorites to win this match, according to most cricket betting sites. But seeing how Barbados has performed in the last 2 matches, one cannot write them off completely. 


TT vs BRP Team Previews

Trinidad & Tobago

The defending champions from the last season have been in great touch this time around too. Barring a loss against Guyana in the second match of the league stage, Trinidad and Tobago has remained undefeated, finishing at the top of the Zone A table.

Kjorn Ottley has been great at the top of the order, providing his team with many a good start. The middle order too, including Nicholas Pooran, Darren Bravo, and Jason Mohammed has been in good touch this season. Bowling has been one of the biggest strengths of Trinidad and Tobago. While Sunil Narine has been good in patches, Shannon Gabriel and Yannic Cariah have been pretty consistent throughout, along with Akeal Hosein.

However, the team seems to be lacking a good all-rounder at this stage. 


Trinidad & Tobago Playing 11

Jangoo, Hosein, Imran Khan, Bravo, Mohammed, Ottley, Pooran, Gabriel, Narine, Hinds, Yannick Cariah.


Barbados’ entry into the semifinals is nothing short of a miracle. The team had just6 points against their name at the end of the first 4 fixtures, and most fans had accepted the fact that they will not make it into the next stage. However, the team came back strongly in the last two matches, winning each of them, to clinch a spot in the top 2 of Zone B.

Shai Hope has been excellent this season. He played a superb knock of 88 runs from just 67 deliveries to lead his team to an incredible win against the Leeward Islands in the last match. With that win, despite having the same number of points as their opponents, Barbados went through to the next stage.

Shai is also the top-scorer for his team, with 287 runs against his name. While the services of all-rounder Roston Chase are being sorely missed, Shai has received good support from Kyle Hope and Zachary McCaskie. Javed Leacock bowled an excellent spell of 4-48 from his 10 overs. Jomel Warrican and Jonathan Carter have seen success this season. 


Barbados Playing 11

Akeem Jordan, Camarie Boyce, Javed Leacock, Zachary McCaskie, Carter, Warrican, Kyle Hope, Kirton, Primus, Shai Hope, Springer.

TT vs BRP Toss Prediction

The team winning the toss will like to bowl first here. 


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

Pitch and Conditions

The pitch at North Sound is perfect to play cricket, as it has something for everyone. While the batsmen will find it easy to score runs because of the good and consistent bounce, the quicker bowlers will be able to get some movement off the seam. The spinners won’t be disappointed too, as there is some turn as the match progresses. The last couple of matches here saw the use of DLS due to rain, and that is likely to be the case on Wednesday too, as there is a forecast for rain. 


TT vs BRP Betting Tips

We are backing Trinidad and Tobago to win this match. While Barbados has played some good cricket in the last couple of matches, it is due to the individual performances of just a couple of players. While the Trinidad and Tobago team looks much more balanced at this stage, with all players chipping in.

Bet on a Trinidad and Tobago win. 


Bonus Cricket Bets

  1. Parimatch


    Shai Hope’s Total Score

    Over 30.5 (1.87)


Shai Hope is in top form this season and has scored 3 half-centuries in his 5 innings so far. With 287 runs, he is the second-highest scorer this season. Also, in the last 9 matches, he has scored 439 runs at an average of close to 55.

Today Match Prediction

Trinidad & Tobago To Win the Match, 1.41

Bet Tip Here

Who will win TT vs BRP

Trinidad & Tobago 73.68% (56)
Barbados 26.32% (20)
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