Bay Leaf Blasters will take on Clove Challengers in match 22 of Spice Isle T10 2022 at the National Cricket Stadium in Grenada on Friday, April 15. The match will start at 12:00 AM IST.
Bay Leaf Blasters vs Clove Challengers odds for Spice Isle T10 2022
Bay Leaf Blasters: 1.56
Clove Challengers: 2.44
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Bay Leaf Blasters vs Clove Challengers recent form
Bay Leaf Blasters head into the upcoming Spice Isle T10 encounter after securing an eight-wicket win over Cinnamon Pacers in the previous fixture. Under captain Devon Smith, Bay Leaf Blasters have been one of the most impressive sides in the tournament with five wins in seven matches.
With 10 points on the board, Bay Leaf Blasters are currently placed second in the Spice Isle T10 2022 standings, two points behind table-toppers Nutmeg Warriors.
On the other hand, Clove Challengers have struggled in the ongoing edition of the Spice Isle T10 tournament. The Ronald Ettienne-led Clove Challengers have managed just a solitary win in six matches so far. The Challengers are currently languishing fifth in the six-team tournament with two points from six matches.
Bay Leaf Blasters: W, L, W, W, W
Clove Challengers: L, W, L, W, L
Bay Leaf Blasters vs Clove Challengers cricket head-to-head
Bay Leaf Blasters have an impressive head-to-head record against Clove Challengers in the Spice Isle T10 tournament, winning three of the four matches that they have played so far.
Furthermore, the Blasters defeated the Challengers by seven wickets in their first meeting of Spice Isle T10 2022.
Bay Leaf Blasters vs Clove Challengers prediction and tips for Spice Isle T10 2022
Bay Leaf Blasters have been the most in-form team alongside Nutmeg Warriors in the ongoing T10 tournament. On the other hand, Clove Challengers have had a dismal campaign so far. Going by recent form and past head-to-head record, Bay Leaf Blasters will start as overwhelming favourites against Clove Challengers and hence, have the odds in their favour.
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