The Caribbean Premier League 2013 live stream schedule for Saturday, Aug. 24 brings the finals for the inaugural CPL tournament. The matchup will feature Jamaica vs. Guyana, with the winning team becoming first-ever champions of this league. The latest cricket live stream match will be presented thanks to ESPN's broadband sports network.
An Aug. 23 report via ESPNCricInfo details how Andre Russell helped score 29 off 6 to help put the Tallawahs into the finals. Jamaica was able to defeat the CPL's early hot team, the Barbados Tridents, by seven wickets. Other contributors include Kumar Sangakkara and Walton for the Tallawahs' 152 for 3 performance. Sangakkara was in his first appearance for Jamaica and stepped up big after they lost captain Chris Gayle in the fourth over.
The victory has brought Jamaica to a finals matchup with the Guyana Amazon Warriors at Port-of-Spain. Guyana dispatched of Trinidad & Tobago in the first semifinal game a day prior to Jamaica's win. Favored in today's matchup at many sports books is Guyana, but only slightly over Jamaica, so it could be either teams inaugural CPL cricket championship to win today.
The weather forecast for Port-of-Spain currently calls for isolate thunderstorms through the day and showers late. Temperatures are in the high 80's for the day, with the temps hitting the mid 70's by tonight. There's a 30% chance of rain, so players will hope for dry conditions on the field in this finals matchup.
Today's Caribbean Premier League 2013 match between Jamaica and Guyana is scheduled for 7:50 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time in the United States. Viewers can watch this matchup via the ESPN broadband sports network, WatchESPN/ESPN3, which will provide live streaming coverage from today's CPL finals. See more info here on how to watch online.