Time for the presentation:

Rayad Emrit: Overwhelmed to win a game finally, we came close to winning a game several times. Today was a totally different team from our previous matches. We had a chat before the match today. We knew if Franklin and Elton stayed till the end we would chase it. Out fielding let us down in ever single game.

James Franklin is the Man of the Match: Pretty tough couple of weeks for the team, not getting the right results so nice to get across the line tonight. I obviously played a lot with the Northern Districts guys so there is familiarity.

And that's all we have from this game, and the league stage. Join us for the two semi-finals on Thursday after a day's gap. Till then it's goodbye and good luck from Vishal Dikshit. Ciao!

12.32am So Barbados Tridents finally register a win before leaving the country. Even though the target of 138 was not very steep, Scott Styris and Ish Sodhi made sure the match went to the last over. Tridents lost three wickets before reaching 50 but Jonathan Carter and James Franklin made sure only one more wicket fell before Franklin hit 11 in the last over.

Daniel Fynn: We were probably 15-20 light, we bowled reasonably well. It's very disappointing because we had high hopes after a strong start in the tournament.

Jonathan Carter: We are elated, we stuck as a group. We are one big family so we'll celebrate tonight. I wanted to finish the game and I should have carried on. I spoke to Mr Haynes a lot, and worked on my game and grabbed the opportunity with both hands here.

Tom: "Franklin is my man of the match"

18.4
4
Southee to Franklin, FOUR runs, and another full toss, Franklin finds the gap on the leg side towards the midwicket boundary and seals the win with a four
18.3
1
Southee to Chigumbura, 1 run, another full toss on the leg side, he swats it down to fine leg for one

Five from four now

18.2
1
Southee to Franklin, 1 run, short of length delivery, Franklin taps it with soft hands for one on the off side
18.1
6
Southee to Franklin, SIX runs, full toss, it's gone high and oh, it's gone all the way! It didn't look like Franklin had middle it bu the ball went high and eventually cleared the straight boundary for six

Six balls. 12 runs. (11 for Super Over). Tim Southee has an over left

END OF OVER:
18 | 10 Runs | BT: 126/4 (12 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 7.00, RRR: 12.00)

  • Elton Chigumbura17 (14b)
  • James Franklin22 (22b)
  • Trent Boult4-0-34-0
  • Tim Southee3-0-20-0
17.6
0
Boult to Chigumbura, no run, full and wide to end the over and it's just inside the line
17.5
4
Boult to Chigumbura, FOUR runs, another four from Chiggy! Short of length again, he picked it up early and pulled it with some power to the midwicket boundary where the fielder dived and tried his best but could not stop it
17.4
0
Boult to Chigumbura, no run, fuller and wider with the angle, the batsman slashes and misses and it's not called a wide
17.3
1
Boult to Franklin, 1 run, slow and short of length outside off, pulled to the leg side and they settle for one
17.2
1
Boult to Chigumbura, 1 run, short of length around off, he runs it down to third man for one
17.1
4
Boult to Chigumbura, FOUR runs, full and wide, and Chiggy smashes it over cover for a clean four! It was a hard strike and powerful to beat any and every fielder

END OF OVER:
17 | 7 Runs | BT: 116/4 (22 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 6.82, RRR: 11.00)

  • Elton Chigumbura8 (9b)
  • James Franklin21 (21b)
  • Tim Southee3-0-20-0
  • Ish Sodhi4-0-18-3

Only five runs from the bat in that over. Can Tridents score 22 from two overs?

16.6
1
Southee to Chigumbura, 1 run, full on the pads, he lofts it down the ground to long-on for one
16.5
0
Southee to Chigumbura, no run, wide outside off this time, Elton cuts it late, but straight to short third man
16.4
0
Southee to Chigumbura, no run, rolled his fingers over this one, shorter from outside leg and he doesn't get a run down leg off the bat
16.3
2
Southee to Chigumbura, 2 runs, full and on the pads, flicked away on the leg side for two more
16.3
1w
Southee to Chigumbura, 1 wide, bouncer on the leg side but that's a wide for the width
16.2
2
Southee to Chigumbura, 2 runs, slower length delivery on the leg side, tapped towards deep midwicket with soft hands for two
16.2
1w
Southee to Chigumbura, 1 wide, this one's a wide as it's wider and the batsman lets it go
16.1
0
Southee to Chigumbura, no run, full outside leg and that goes to the keeper off the pad

Tim Southee is back, from round the wicket

Devendra: "is it just me or can i hear an echo in that stadium - it must be nearly empty!"

END OF OVER:
16 | 5 Runs 1 Wkt | BT: 109/4 (29 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 6.81, RRR: 9.66)

  • Elton Chigumbura3 (3b)
  • James Franklin21 (21b)
  • Ish Sodhi4-0-18-3
  • Trent Boult3-0-24-0

Sodhi finishes with 3 for 18 from his four overs. Tridents now need 29 from 18

15.6
1
Sodhi to Chigumbura, 1 run, flighted and well outside off, driven with the turn to sweeper cover for one

Low chase

100

Barbados' win percentage when chasing targets of 138 runs or less. They have won twice previously

Big Finish?

70

The most runs that Knights have scored in the last five overs of an innings - that will take them to 159

Powerplay, not.

29

Number of runs that Knights scored in the Powerplay - their second lowest from seven games this CLT20

League leaders, but out!

2

Number of teams in Group B who won their domestic leagues - Tridents and Knights - both playing today, and both already out of this CLT20

Champions League Twenty20

Group A
TeamMWLPTNRR
KKR440160.716
CSK421100.945
PS4228-0.038
Lions4126-0.051
DOLPH4040-1.338
Group B
TeamMWLPTNRR
KXIP440162.13
HH431121.193
BT4134-0.256
COBRA4134-0.955
ND4134-2.667
Qualifying Group
TeamMWLPTNRR
ND330122.08
Lions3218-0.065
MI3124-0.064
Expre3030-2.033