“The CSK bond, nothing can get between that. We are proud to represent the best franchise in IPL and we are the Chennai boys,” Bravo said.
Drakes' unbeaten knock of 48 runs in the end proved to be the difference as he led his side to a remarkable victory.
Paul's fiery cameo took the Kings to a competitive total of 159/7 in 20 overs.
The left-arm pacer fell on his back in a very awkward manner and looked in some pain after completing the catch.
The two teams, despite having a middle table finish in the points table, have managed to make it to the final and will aim to lift the trophy this evening.
Both these teams are equipped with elite players and can out-perform any team on their day.
Trinbago Knight Riders finished at the top of the points table after the group stage matches while Saint Lucia Kings finished fourth.
As the third and fourth spots in the points table are still up for grabs, both Warriors and Tallawahs would be looking to play their best XI in order to secure a victory.
All three matches will be played at the same ground in Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts.
Saint Lucia Kings will be expecting all-rounder Roston Chase to lead the side on a tough batting wicket.
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