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Caribbean Premier League Final
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
157/2 (18.1)
St Lucia Zouks SLZ
154 (19.1)
TKR beat SLZ by 8 wickets
Caribbean Premier League 1st Semi-Final
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
111/1 (15)
Jamaica Tallawahs JT
107/7 (20)
TKR beat JT by 9 wickets
Caribbean Premier League Match 29
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots SKNP
77 (18.2)
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
78/1 (11.3)
TKR beat SKNP by 9 wickets
Caribbean Premier League Match 27
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
175/5 (20)
St Lucia Zouks SLZ
152/7 (20)
TKR beat SLZ by 23 runs
Caribbean Premier League Match 23
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
174/4 (20)
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots SKNP
115/7 (20)
TKR beat SKNP by 59 runs
Caribbean Premier League Match 21
Jamaica Tallawahs JT
165/6 (20)
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
184/4 (20)
TKR beat JT by 19 runs
Caribbean Premier League Match 17
Barbados Tridents BT
148/7 (20)
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
149/8 (19.5)
TKR beat BT by 2 wickets
Caribbean Premier League Match 16
Guyana Amazon Warriors GAW
112/7 (20)
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
115/3 (18.2)
TKR beat GAW by 7 wickets
Caribbean Premier League Match 13
St Lucia Zouks SLZ
111/6 (17.1)
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
72/4 (8)
TKR beat SLZ by 6 wickets (D/L method)
Caribbean Premier League Match 9
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
185/3 (20)
Barbados Tridents BT
166/6 (20)
TKR beat BT by 19 runs
Caribbean Premier League Match 6
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
136/3 (18.1)
Jamaica Tallawahs JT
135/8 (20)
TKR beat JT by 7 wickets
Caribbean Premier League Match 1
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
147/6 (16.4)
Guyana Amazon Warriors GAW
144/5 (17)
TKR beat GAW by 4 wickets

CPL 2020 Standings

pos POs
teams teams
mp mp
W-L-D w-l-d
N/R N/R
Nrr Nrr
pts pts
1
Trinbago Knight Riders TKR
10
10-0-0
0
+1.294
20
2
Guyana Amazon Warriors GAW
10
6-4-0
0
+0.600
12
3
St Lucia Zouks SLZ
10
6-4-0
0
-0.021
12
4
Jamaica Tallawahs JT
10
3-6-0
1
-0.245
7
5
Barbados Tridents BT
10
3-7-0
0
-0.253
6
6
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots SKNP
10
1-8-0
1
-1.498
3
Isuru Udana I.Udana
Bowler
Matches
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Runs
-
Wickets
-
Role
Bowler
CPL Debut
-
Batting Style
Right Handed
Bowling Style
Left-arm medium fast
Born
February 17, 1988
Nationality
Sri Lanka

A talented left-arm fast-medium bowler, Isuru Udana was fast-tracked in the Sri Lankan A team for the tour to South Africa in 2008, without a single First-Class game to his credit.


Udana was the leading wicket-taker in the 2008-09 Inter-Provincial T20 tournament, thereby helping Wayamba clinch the title and a place in the Champions League Twenty20. His variations in pace made him an effective T20 bowler. Subsequently, he was drafted into the Sri Lankan squad for the 2009 ICC T20 World Cup. Udana debuted against Australia in the tournament. In 2011, he was included in the Lankan T20 squad for their series against the Aussies but did not feature in a single match. The following year, he was named in Sri Lanka’s ODI squad for their home series against India and made his ODI debut against the Men In Blue.


However, following 2012, he did not play a single international match until the next 4 years. He made his comeback onto the international scene in a T20I game against New Zealand in January 2016. He did not feature in another international match over the next 12 months but since 2017, Udana has been a regular fixture for Sri Lanka in their T20 squad. In 2019, Udana also cemented his place in the ODI squad for the Lankans, making it to the 2019 ICC World Cup squad as well.


Isuru Udana has been playing regular T20I cricket and he is widely expected to make the cut for the 2020 ICC T20 World Cup squad as well. He can prove to be a valuable asset to a team which has been short of experience. Also, in the 2020 Indian T20 League auction, Udana was bought by the Bangalore-based franchise for Rs. 50 lakh. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for the talented left-arm bowler from the Island nation who is very handy with the bat as well.