The ICC Under-19 World Cup of season 2021/22 is going to take place on January 26, 2022, to grab fresh performances from West Indies and PNG U19, as they will play continuously till the end of the 50-over match. The match will start at 6:30 PM at the venue, Diego Martin Sporting Complex, in Diego Martin, Trindad. Fans are very excited to see a live match between the participant teams.
Both teams have played several matches in the past, but West Indies U19 teams’ names always came up in flashbacks as they won all five matches with unique scores, which was a big inspiration to share with the fans and present team of West Indies U19. The very first scores they mentioned as 152 runs in that match were made by Trishan Maraj and Lendi Simmons.
They have set a target of victory in another match by 176 runs with the support of Steven Jacobs and Kieran Powell. After this, their winning wickets were mentioned as 6 wickets, 5 wickets, and 9 wickets in all three matches, respectively, and their players, Kieran Powell, Adrian Barath, Shane Dowrich, Kraigg Brathwaite, and Sunil Ambris, had performed brilliantly to win those matches.
Apart from this, some players have worked very hard for their teams to contribute great scores, as West Indies U19 team players Teddy Bishop has mentioned his 217 runs on a BT average of 24.11 in 10 matches and Matthew Nandu’s 213 runs based on a BT average of 23.67 in 10 matches. And in bowling, Johann Layne has marked 12 wickets in just eight matches and Onaje Amory has mentioned 10 wickets in just six matches.
The superb players of the PNG U19 teams are Rasan Kevau, who mentioned 6 wickets in 3 matches, and Katenalaki Singi, who created 4 wickets.
The match prediction is based on West Indies U19’s past records, but it is not guaranteed that the PNG U19 team has improved their performance and will be able to watch the live match on January 26th, 2022.
West Indies U19 Team Ackeem Auguste, Anderson Amurdan, Justin Jagessar, Matthew Nandu, Teddy Bishop, Andel Gordon, Giovonte Depeiza, Isai Thorne, Johann Layne, Justin Beckford, Onaje Amory, Carlon Bowen-Tuckett, Rivaldo Clarke, Anderson Mahase, McKenny Clarke, Nathan Edwards, Sion Hackett, and Vasant Singh.
PNG U19 Squad Barnabas Maha Ryan Ani, Malcolm Aporo, Toua Bae, John Kariko, Peter Karoho, Sigo Kelly, Karoho Kevau, Rasan Kevau, Christopher Kilapat, Junior Morea, Patrick Nou, Aue Oru, Boio Ray, and Katenalaki Singi.