That's all we have on ball-by-ball. Thanks for your company. Goodnight.

"Coming back home, I said to the guys, these two points are very important, Top of the table clash. We used our momentum and confidence to entertain the fans," Dwayne Bravo says. "They bowled well in the last five overs. We usually get 75-80 runs in the last five overs but this time they very well and we have to accept that. We had a great start though Munro and we did well with the ball too, Ali Khan was excellent. Munro is our best batsmen, he's very consistent, he's hungry for success and its good to have international players who are committed to the team and committed to winning and that's what we want from overseas players."

"We know it would have been hard. This is their home ground. They got away in the first 14-15 overs, but we brought things back well," Rayad Emrit says. "Batting is a bit of a concern. Our senior guys haven't get the runs But I back then, Chadwick, Ronchi, they can do it. We didn't get partnerships tonight. Crucial partnerships. It'll be a big day when we clash with each other at our home. We just need to reflect. We know where we went wrong. My form isn't as good as I'd like. But I back myself"

Munro is Man of the Match. "I didn't know until now that I had a good strike-rate and average against Guyana. It gives confidence and I was lucky enough tonight. They bowled into my areas and I did well. Every time I play against a wristspinner, it's been tough, that's been my downfall over the last few games, so I've been careful about that, taking runs against other bowlers. Whether at the top of the order of No. 3, I just watch the ball and hit the ball."

In front of a festive Queens Park Oval crowd, Trinbago Knight Riders have sounded a warning shot to the rest of the teams in the qualifiers. Colin Munro's 90 off 56 was swiftly followed by a fierce spell from Ali Khan (3-22) and some very clever spin bowling from Sunil Narine, Khary Pierre and Fawad Ahmed (12-0-56-5) as they go to the top of the table.

Cyprain: "As a Tallawahs fan, I am celebrating a Guyana collapse as this gives us a higher possibility of finishing in top 2. Let's go TKR!!!!! "

17.4
W
Ali Khan to Imran Tahir, OUT, pops it to short cover. Ali Khan's pace frightens the No. 11 and he all but surrenders. Probably the only way to describe that defensive shot. Tahir falls. Game over

Imran Tahir c McCullum b Ali Khan 0 (2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

17.3
1
Ali Khan to Primus, 1 run, yorker angling into the batsman as he moves away outside leg. Primus digs it out through square leg
17.2
4
Ali Khan to Primus, FOUR runs, top-edges the short ball as he goes for a pull and it soars over the wicketkeeper and away to the boundary
17.1
4
Ali Khan to Primus, FOUR runs, full and tailing into leg stump, Primus makes room and mauls it down the ground

END OF OVER:
17 | 9 Runs 1 Wkt | GAW: 94/9 (77 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 5.52, RRR: 25.66)

  • Imran Tahir0 (1b)
  • RS Primus27 (27b)
  • Fawad Ahmed4-0-20-2
  • SP Narine4-0-15-1
16.6
0
Fawad Ahmed to Imran Tahir, no run, full and outside off, he presses forward to defend
16.5
W
Fawad Ahmed to Shepherd, OUT, looks for the slog but the length ball turns in from outside off, sneaks under the bat swing and knocks middle stump over

R Shepherd b Fawad Ahmed 10 (7b 0x4 1x6) SR: 142.85

16.4
1
Fawad Ahmed to Primus, 1 run, goes for the pull as the short ball turns into him, but it skews off the inside edge towards cover
16.3
1
Fawad Ahmed to Shepherd, 1 run,
16.2
6
Fawad Ahmed to Shepherd, SIX runs, smashes the well-flighted delivery on leg stump over long-on. Shepherd this time, after taking three wickets earlier in the night
16.1
1
Fawad Ahmed to Primus, 1 run, creates width by backing away and cuts to deep point

END OF OVER:
16 | 4 Runs | GAW: 85/8 (86 runs required from 24 balls, RR: 5.31, RRR: 21.50)

  • RS Primus25 (25b)
  • R Shepherd3 (4b)
  • SP Narine4-0-15-1
  • Fawad Ahmed3-0-11-1
15.6
1
Narine to Primus, 1 run, comes down the track to launch a length ball to long-on
15.5
0
Narine to Primus, no run, make room again, but Narine skids a length ball through bat and pad and Ramdin does well to save extras

Amazon 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st3L RonchiCAK Walton
2nd14CAK WaltonSO Hetmyer
3rd4JN MohammedSO Hetmyer
4th12JN MohammedCS Delport
5th9JN MohammedCJ Green
6th6Sohail TanvirJN Mohammed
7th9JN MohammedRS Primus
8th17RR EmritRS Primus
9th20R ShepherdRS Primus
10th9Imran TahirRS Primus