Trinidad and Tobago under pressure, need 103 off 54 balls

Trinidad and Tobago are giving it their all as they try to get up to a  victory target of 176 in 19 overs against Guyana in Semi-final 1 of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 on Friday evening at Queen’s Park Oval. After 10 overs, they reached 73-2 and will need another 103 off the 54 balls left to win the match and qualify for Saturday night’s final.

At the crease are Adrian Barath on 39 and Darren Bravo on nine. They lost opener William Perkins for 10 in the third over and Lendl Simmons who laboured for just six off 12 balls. There is great hope the home side with big-hitter Kieron Pollard and talisman Dwayne Bravo still to come.