After a busy schedule of home series that featured South Africa, Pakistan, and Australia, Guyana Amazon Warriors decided to announce the CPL 2021. The CPL edition kicks off on the 28th of August in St Kitts and Nevis.
At the same period, West Indies will still be featuring in 15 T20Is playing against their opponents. That is, Naveen ul Haq from Afghanistan and Imran Tahir from South Africa. This move is a refreshing bonus for the Warriors as other Caribbean Premier League teams have also unloaded their overseas players.
Most players have managed to make it back to the team, the likes of Romario Shepherd and the openers Chandrapal Hemraj and Brandon Kings. The star batsman Shimron Hetmyer has also managed to return after a successful IPL season. For the CPL 2021 they announced some popular names.They include Ross Taylor, Keemo Paul, Chris Green, and Sherfane Rutherford are some of the 2021 Caribbean Premier League Draft names.
The players retained include
In the 2020 CPL match, Guyana Amazon Warriors lost their second semi-final to St, Lucia Zouks. There are many interests to see which player will ensure the rein of the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the 2021 Caribbean Premier League.
The Caribbean Premier League franchise has come with lots of surprises. Some crucial names like Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Tim Seifert, Chris Green, and Scott Kuggelenijn lost their contracts. The Guyana Amazon Warriors have managed to develop themselves in six consecutive Caribbean Premier League finals. On the other hand, it also lost four times in the finals.
Guyana Amazon Warriors team have five games planned at the Guyana National Stadium in Providence, Guyana. You can book your tickets to go and see if they are all prepared to take on the Caribbean Premier League title 2021. The CPL 2021 teams are ready to take on their opponents and bring the trophy home. Are you prepared to support your favorite team?
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