with the intended meaning
Both of you will be dead by the end of tomorrow.
This question is about the 「両の貴様は」. I understand that the "plural/collective" is not used if there is a classifier phrase indicating the number of objects preceding the object to pluralize. My problem here comes from the ever-irritating "Inverted Partitive Genitive" behavior. 両の, an adjective-like object (noun in the genitive) meaning "both of," is technically a numerical phrase qualifying 貴様は. My question is:
Should the presence of a genitive numerical phrase prevent pluralization?
More concretely, should my sentence above begin with: