The Queen’s Park Oval is where the champions play at. Image source: Sanjiva Persad via Wikimedia Commons
The Caribbean Premier League is back again with teams battling it out for West Indies victory. According to our Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting predictions, the Trinbago Knight Riders will likely claim this year’s CPL title. However, with teams like the Guyana Amazon Warriors closely following behind, the Trinbago Knight Riders might be in for a surprise.
|Trinbago Knight Riders||2.65|
|Guyana Amazon Warriors||3.75|
|St Kitts & Nevis Patriots||13.00|
|St Lucia Zouks||13.00|
Trinbago Knight Riders have the Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting odds to a claim 3rd consecutive victory
Currently, the 2018 CPL winners stand the best chance on the online sportsbook sites in Jamaica to win this year’s title. Fortunately, their chances of winning are promising at Unibet Sportsbook with Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting odds at 2.65. Consequently, a 2019 win for the Trinbago Knight Riders would make it 3 consecutive wins. Additionally, they would extend their CPL dominance to 4 titles.
Fortunately for the Trinbago Knight Riders, they have the squad to soon make this a reality. This includes all-rounders Kieron Pollard and James Neesham as well as batsman Colin Munro. However, the club will need to be cautious of the Guyana Amazon Warriors who are currently hot on their heels.
The Guyana Amazon Warriors look to cause the biggest upset this season
Currently, the Guyana Amazon Warriors have the 2nd best Carribean Premier League 2019 betting odds of winning this year. Their chances of winning are good at Unibet Sportsbook with odds at 3.75. Consequently, the club could claim their 1st CPL win this year. Additionally, our Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting predictions say they could potentially end Trinbago Knight Riders winning streak.
Fortunately, they started off the 2019 CPL campaign strong solidifying themselves as strong contenders for this year’s title. After 3 games, the club currently tops the points table. This is thanks to players Romario Shepherd, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Shadab Khan and Shimron Hetmyer and more. If they can keep up the momentum, they might just upset current CPL frontrunners the Trinbago Knight Raiders.
Jamaica Tallawahs seek 3rd Caribbean Premier League win
According to the online sportsbook news in Jamaica, the Jamaica Tallawahs are one of the most successful CPL clubs. This comes from 2 title wins including the inaugural season win in 2013. Additionally, they’ve never finished below 4th in any CPL season. Having last claimed a victory in 2016, they’ll be hoping to return to winning ways with odds at 5.00.
Unfortunately, our Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting predictions don’t foresee a title win for the club. After 3 games, the club is currently in danger of failing to qualify for the Playoffs. However our Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting tips say the club still has the potential to claim a 4th place finish.
Barbados Tridents likely to continue disappointing Caribbean Premier League run
The Barbados Tridents were fortunate enough to claim a CPL victory in 2014. However, in the following year, they failed to defend their title losing in the Final to the Trinbago Knight Riders. Unfortunately, it all went downhill for the team after that. They recorded a 5th place finish in 2016 and 2017 and a disappointing 6th place in 2018. Unfortunately, with Unibet Sportsbook Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting odds at 6.00, they likely suffer the same fate again.
Underdogs St Kitts & Nevis Patriots could claim 1st CPL title
According to Unibet Sportsbook, St Kitts & Nevis Patriots (13.00) currently have the worst odds of winning the 2019 CPL. However, the club currently sits comfortably in the Playoffs positions in the Points Table increasing their CPL winning chances. Additionally, they’ve secured top 3 finishes in the past 2 seasons and this year they’ll only be looking to improve.
Fortunately, our Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting predictions say that the underdogs could also pull off a surprise win. Consequently, all eyes will be on key players such as Evin Lewis, Mohammad Hafeez, Carlos Brathwaite, and Sheldon Cottrell.
St Lucia Zouks unlikely to redeem themselves from previous poor CPL seasons
Similarily to St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, St Lucia Zouks also stand a small chance of winning this season’s CPL. Unfortunately, their Caribbean Premier League 2019 betting odds of winning are unfavorable at 13.00. Consequently, the club will likely miss out on the chance to claim their 1st CPL victory. Additionally, they don’t have the best record in the competition as they’ve failed to record a finish above 4th place.
Overall, St Lucia Zouks have an unfavorable reputation of being one of the worst-performing teams in the League. Additionally, their recent name change from St Lucia Starts doesn’t look like it’s doing much good for the club.
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