Players from all around the world come together in the land of Rastas to bring us live cricketing action. The Caribbean Premier League kickstarted on July 11th and already has fans anticipating the games between their favorite team. With Gayle captaining Jamaica who are the defending champions, fans would be hoping to see a repeat performance by the Jamaicans. With Vettori coming in, Jamaica seem like the favorites again but if history is to be taken seriously, predictions are meaningless in the cricketing world.
The run to the finals would be as interesting as it can get and the young guns would be out there to prove their mettle. Unlike IPL, the CPL T20 is not just a money making system but is also a great platform for young cricketers to prove their mettle and become a part of the national team. The performance of the national team has been an embarrassment to the fans in the last decade or so and the board is always looking for talented cricketers that can be molded into fine international players to compete with the likes of Australia, South Africa, India and Sri Lanka.
When a huge bunch of players are out there to prove themselves, the crowd would get some serious entertainment worth their money. If you are looking to purchase cricket tickets for the CPL T20, just go ahead and relax – you are bound to come across some fantastic matches. The dramatic tale of this year’s CPL would not just end with the finals. The fans get the golden chance to buy CPL T20 cricket match tickets for a charity match featuring the flamboyant Brian Lara and the stylish Sir Ian Botham as skippers of opposite teams.
An all-star charity game would be played on Tuesday, August 12th at Warner Park, St. Kitts. This would be a chance for fans to relax and have some stress-free fun before the finals on August 16th. The charity match would feature legends like Brett Lee and Piers Morgan in action. If you are looking to get into the Calypso beats and enjoy the lovely game of cricket in the land of beaches, buy cricket tickets online on Kyazoonga