The Road Safety World Series has been incredibly successful as all matches have produced a packed stadium. The seventh match brings the bottom teams Bangladesh and New Zealand together.
Let’s look at all the details of the upcoming match of the Road Safety World Series.
Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends:
Both these teams have lost their first match of the RSWS. The Shahadat Hossain-led Bangladesh got off to a poor start as they lost their debut match by six wickets against West Indies. The Asian team would be unhappy with their batting as they could only muster 98 runs. Bowling will also have to improve if they’re to have any chance of a win in this match.
New Zealand had an equally poor start to their Road Safety World Series campaign as they lost their first match by a massive nine wickets. The Ross Taylor-led side batted very poorly apart from Dean Brownlie (48) who made almost the half of team’s score. The bowlers were able to take just one wicket of South Africa in their last match which is an area of concern for the team as well.
Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends Probable XI:
Bangladesh Legends: Nazmus Sadat, Nasimuddin, Tushar Imran, Aftab Ahmed, Alok Kapali, Dhiman Ghosh (wk), Abul Hasan, Mohammad Sharif, Abdur Razzak, Dolar Mahmud, Shahadat Hossain (c)
New Zealand Probable XI: Aaron Redmond, Anton Devcich, Dean Brownlie, Ross Taylor (c), Neil Broom, Jacob Oram, Craig McMillan, Gareth Hopkins (wk), Bruce Martin, Shane Bond, Hamish Bennett
Players to watch out for:
Bangladesh Legends: Shahadat Hossain, Dhiman Ghosh, Abdur Razzak
New Zealand Legends: Ross Taylor, Dean Brownlie, Gareth Hopkins
The Green Park pitch has been a batter’s paradise, but these two teams have failed to take an advantage of. Both have looked equally weak in their first match so this game promises to be highly competitive. The weather report suggests light rain with an average temperature of 25 degrees Celcius.
Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends Match Details:
Time: 7: 30 PM
Date: 15 September 2022
Venue: Green Park Stadium, Kanpur
TV and Live Stream: Colors TV (Viacom 18) and Voot