NZ-L vs SA-L Match Detail, Match Preview, Pitch Report, Match Prediction for Match 4, Road Safety World Series T20

Road Safety World Series - RSWS


As the first game of the 2022 Road Safety World Series, South Africa Legends lost to India. On September 12, New Zealand Legends and South Africa Legends will compete in match number four at Green Park, Kanpur (Monday). South Africa Legends fell to India Legends in their opening match after giving up 217 runs in their bowling effort and managing only 156-9 from their allowed 20 overs. New Zealand Legends are newcomers to this season of the event.
In the upcoming game, they’ll be trying to do better.

The New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor is expected to be crucial in the next matchup with the South Africa Legends.

The veteran batter Taylor, who has played an important role in the Kiwi order, would want to contribute to his team’s victory.

Johan van der Wath, a former South African pacer. Is anticipated to be key in the forthcoming game against the New Zealand Legends.
The right-arm pacer, who also picked up two wickets for his team against the India Legends, will want to repeat that feat in the following game.

PITCH REPORT Road Safety World Series

The wicket Green Park is anticipated to be one of the most solid batting tracks. With the ball coming into the bat nicely. The captain who wins the toss may decide to bowl first and then chase the total.

MATCH DETAIL Road Safety World Series

Venue: Green Park Kanpur

Date: 12 september 2022

Time: 7:30 PM IST


New Zealand Legends

Ross Taylor (c), Jamie How, Aaron Redmond, Craig McMillan, Dean Brownlie, Neil Broom, Gareth Hopkins (wk), Jacob Oram, Hamish Bennett, Kyle Mills, Shane Bond

South Africa Legends

Andrew Puttick, Morne van Wyk (wk), Alviro Petersen, Jacques Rudolph, Henry Davids, Jonty Rhodes (c), Johan Botha, Johan van der Wath, Eddie Leie, Makhaya Ntini, Garnett Kruger


South Africa Legends will win the match.

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