Surrey Royals vs United Stars odds: Jamaica T10 2022 predictions and cricket betting tips
Surrey Royals square off against United Stars in the third match of Jamaica T10 2022 at the Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica on Wednesday, April 20. The match will start at 9:15 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).
Apart from the Surrey Royals and United Stars, the inaugural edition of the Jamaica T10 cricket tournament features four other teams - Cornwall Warriors, Middlesex Titans, Surrey Kings and Surrey Risers.
Surrey Royals vs United Stars odds for Jamaica T10 2022
Surrey Royals: 1.65
United Stars: 2.26
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Surrey Royals vs United Stars recent form
Surrey Royals and United Stars will play their opening match of the inaugural edition of Jamaica T10 on Wednesday. Both the sides will look to make a winning start to their respective campaigns when they clash against each other at Sabina Park.
Surrey Royals vs United Stars cricket head-to-head
This will be the first meeting between Surrey Royals and United Stars in the Jamaica T10 tournament.
Surrey Royals vs United Stars prediction and tips for Jamaica T10 2022
Both Surrey Royals and United Stars feature several international stars in their ranks. While Surrey Royals will depend heavily on their captain Brandon King, West Indies all-rounder John Campbell will be the main attraction for the United Stars.
Brandon King, who plays for the West Indies, has scored 412 runs in 21 T20 internationals at an average of 21.68 and strike rate of 123.72.
On the other hand, John Campbell has played 18 Tests, six one-day internationals (ODIs) and two T20Is for the West Indies cricket team. Campbell has over 1000 runs to his name in international cricket.
The likes of Nkrumah Boner, Javelle Glenn, Ojay Shields and Damani Sewell are some of the other stars to watch out for in the Surrey Royals vs United Stars encounter.
Going by team combination, Surrey Royals will start as favourites against United Stars and hence, have the odds in their favour.
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