Described by coaches and players alike as a format of the game that throws many "cricketing norms" out of the window, the Standard Bank Pro20 Series has seemingly already claimed one victim this season going into just the second weekend of play.
Having played three games of their allotted five, the Warriors have all but blown their chances of making the play-offs after two losses and one no result due to rain.
But having nothing to lose could make them dangerous opponents when they entertain the Nashua Titans at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth on Friday evening.
The Titans have made one change to the team which beat the Diamond Eagles in a last-ball thriller at SuperSport Park last Sunday in their first competition outing for their clash against the Warriors.
Proteas spinner Paul Harris comes in for Johann Myburgh. The Titans brains trust obviously deciding to sacrifice an allrounder for the spin variation which Harris can give them.
The Lions, after two last-ball wins in two games, head the standings.
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