CPL 2024: Guyana Amazon Warriors begin title defence on August 30

- first home match on September 20


Defending champions, Guyana Amazon Warriors will play its first match of the 2024 Republic Bank Caribbean Premier League on August 30 against new franchise Antigua & Barbuda Falcons.

The 2024 fixtures, released by the organisers on Tuesday, confirmed the 12th edition of CPL would run from August 28 – October 6.

The tournament gets underway with the newest CPL franchise, the Antigua & Barbuda Falcons, hosting their nearest rivals, the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots.

The tournament will have two legs running concurrently, with all six teams hosting home matches.

For the first time since 2019, the event will visit six host countries, with matches set to take place in Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, St Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Trinidad & Tobago.

There will be 34 matches in total, with each of the six teams playing 10 group matches.

The knockout stages will take place in Guyana, with the home team, the Guyana Amazon Warriors, looking to defend the title they won in 2023.

The Warriors’ first home match will be September 20, at 19:00h, against St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots.

The other home matches will be against Falcons (September 21 at 19:00h), Barbados Royals (September 25 at 19:00h), St. Lucia Kings (September 28 at 10:00h), and Trinbago Knight Riders (September 29 at 19:00h).

The finals will be from October 1-6 at the National Stadium, Providence.

CPL is expected to announce the players’ draft date and commencement of ticket sales in the coming weeks.

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