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Road Safety World Series 2022 Match 12 Preview: India Legends vs New Zealand Legends: Pitch Report, Live Streaming, Match Details

Road Safety World Series

The exhilarating action continues in the Road Safety World Series as India Legends take on New Zealand Legends at Indore on Monday. India Legends are placed at no 3 in the points table having won one match while the other one getting washed out. New Zealand Legends, who are placed at No 5, also have one win and one washout game in the tournament so far.

India Legends

The India Legends won the inaugural edition of the tournament and will look to successfully defend their title this time around as well. Stuart Binny shone with the bat in India’s opening encounter against South Africa Legends as he scored an unbeaten 82 off 42 balls. On the bowling front, it was Rahul Sharma who picked the most wickets and finished his spell with 3/17 in his four overs.

New Zealand Legends

New Zealand are making their debut in the competition in this edition. They’re led by Ross Taylor. Dean Brownlie is the leading run-scorer for the blackcaps in the season so far, who’s scored 79 runs in two innings at an average of 79 and a strike rate of 117. Kyle Mills is the leading wicket-taker who has picked up two wickets at an average of five.

Match Details

Road Safety World Series, Match 10th, Sri Lanka Legends vs South Africa Legends

Date and Time- 19th September 2022, 7:30 PM

Venue – Holkar Stadium, Indore

Live Broadcast and Streaming – The Matches are available to watch on Colors Cineplex and Colors Cineplex HD. While the live streaming is available on the Voot Platform.

Pitch Report

In the two matches played at the Holkar Stadium at Indore in the tournament so far, the teams chasing have won both the matches. The pitch is great for batting which means that both the encounters will see many deliveries being sent out of the boundary. The captain winning the toss will look to bowl first considering the record in the tournament so far.

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