CRICKET: T&T Red Steel looking to end miserable run in CPL
Melton Williams, Gleaner Writer
The Trinidad & Tobago (T&T) Red Steel franchise will be looking to end its miserable run in the inaugural Caribbean Premier League Twenty20 when the competition resumes tonight at the Queen’s Park Oval.
The T&T Red Steel, who are rooted at the bottom of the points’ table without a point from three games, will host second place Guyana Amazon Warriors.
The Amazon Warriors have won two of their three matches and are on four points with Jamaica Tallawahs.
The Red Steel enter tonight’s match, just two days after suffering a five-run defeat to Jamaica Tallawahs at home.
That defeat has put captain Dwayne Bravo under public pressure.
However, Bravo, who is the West Indies One-Day captain, has appealed to cricket fans to exercise patience while he matures in his new role.
Following the defeat against Jamaica Tallawahs on Wednesday night Bravo called on his players to improve.
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