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CRICKET: Jamaica looking to rebound in Super50 competition

Published:Tuesday | January 20, 2015 | 8:29 AM

Jamaica's cricketers, will be looking to rebound from Sunday's defeat to Trinidad and Tobago, when they take on the West Indies Under-19s in their third round match in the WICB NAGICO Insurance Super50 competition.

The contest being played at the National Cricket Centre in Trinidad and Tobago is set to get underway 8:30 this morning.

The Jamaicans are looking to record a win to qualify for the semi-finals from Group B.

After blowing away Leeward Islands Hurricanes by nine wickets, Jamaica went down by 17 runs to Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on Sunday night.

Jamaica, who are favourites to progress from the group with Trinidad and Tobago, are likely to stick with the squad from Sunday's match.

Meanwhile, the West Indies Under-19s, who have lost their two games thus far, will be looking to keep their slim hopes of advancing by pulling off a surprise win.

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