ESPN3 Amazon Warriors v Tallawahs live Stream – CPL

(SportingAlert) — Watch Chris Gayle and the Jamaica Tallawahs take on fellow undefeated side Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League on Sunday live on ESPN3 and WatchESPN.

Live Streaming Coverage is at 3:50 PM EDT on and WatchESPN

Gayle has been in good form so far in his opening two games and the defending champions Tallawahs are looking to keep their winning run going.

The Amazon Warriors have won all three of their opening games and are confident about taking down the defending champs at Providence Stadium, in Guyana.

Both teams are stocked with talents, with Guyana Amazon Warriors sporting players such as world-best Twenty20 spinner Sunil Narine, tricky seamer Krishmar Santokie and New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill.

Apart from the hard-hitting Gayle, the Jamaica Tallawahs squad also includes pacers Jerome Taylor and Andre Russell, spinners Nikita Miller and Daniel Vettori (NZ), as well as opener Chadwick Walton.

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SP Narine*, RE Bacchus, CD Barnwell, RR Beaton, TA Griffith, MJ Guptill, SA Jacobs, LR Johnson, Mohammad Hafeez, JDS Neesham, V Permaul, D Ramdin†, K Santokie, LMP Simmons, ND Stewart

Jamaica Tallawahs squad
CH Gayle*, CS Baugh†, DE Bernard, J Blackwood, NE Bonner, OV Brown, NO Miller, AP Richardson, AD Russell, OA Shah, JE Taylor, J Theron, DL Vettori, AC Voges, CAK Walton


Sports is just pure awesomeness. That's Mark's favourite saying and he does enjoy covering various sporting events in the Caribbean. Mark has been covering Caribbean related events since the mid 2000s.


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