Must Win! – ESPN3 Stream of Trinidad & Tobago v Combined Campuses

Port of Spain, Trinidad – Trinidad and Tobago find themselves in a sticky must win situation against the Combined Campuses and Colleges in their final NAGICO Super50 Zone B match at Queen’s Park Oval on Sunday.

The host nation is sitting third in the Group behind the leaders CCC and Barbados, and only both teams come into Sunday’s clash knowing that only a victory in Port of Spain, will guarantee a semi-finals place.

Sunday’s clash is also a rematch of last season’s semi-finals clash, which the Combined Campuses and Colleges won and Trinidad and Tobago is hoping to return the favour this time.

“They have some good players in there and we cannot take them for granted,” T&T’s wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin said in the Trinidad Express.

“They got the better of us in the semi-final last year so we have that in the back of our minds so we are going out there tomorrow to good account of ourselves,” added Ramdin.

Umpires: Nigel Duguid, Gregory Brathwaite

TV Umpire: Patrick Gustard

4th Official: Lyndon Rajkumar

Match Referee: Michael Ragoonath

Watch live streaming on ESPN3 (Checking your local listings)

Listen to live ball-by-ball commentary (yourcss.net)

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Catch all the action in photos (Flickr)

SQUADS

T&T: Dwayne Bravo (Captain), Adrian Barath, Evin Lewis, Lendl Simmons, Darren Bravo, Jason Mohammed, Denesh Ramdin, Rayad Emrit, Sunil Narine, Ravi Rampaul, Imran Khan, Yannick Ottley, Shannon Gabriel, Kevon Cooper.

CCC: Steven Jacobs (Captain), Anthony Alleyne, Ryan Austin, Kyle Corbin, Akeem Dewar, Kavem Hodge, Kyle Mayers, Kristopher Ramsaran, Wayne Morgan, Shacaya Thomas, Raymon Reifer, Chadwick, Kesrick Williams, Floyd Reifer.

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