- Sanjay Sanapoori | September 17, 2022 | 10:35 pm
India and New Zealand tend to have an underrated rivalry. Both teams are known to face-off in some big games with New Zealand springing surprises to the public as they beat India. Now, both teams face each other of in a different manner as some of their stars take each other on.
IND-L vs NZ-L Head to Head
Played- 0 | India Legends- 0| New Zealand Legends- 0 | Tie- 0
IND-L vs NZ-L Match Details
Date: 19th September 2022
Time: 7:30 PM IST
Venue: Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
IND-L vs NZ-L Weather Report
The weather is nice and cool during the IND-L vs NZ-L fixture with some dew in the air.
IND-L vs NZ-L Pitch Report
The Indore track generally aids seamers a bit. The boundaries are very small though and runs should be easy to come by. Batting second is a better option.
IND-L vs NZ-L Predicted Playing XI
New Zealand Legends Playing XI
Aaron Redmond, Anton Devcich, Neil Broom, Ross Taylor, Scott Styris, Jacob Oram, Dean Brownlie, Jamie How, Craig McMillan, Kyle Mills, Shane Bond
India Legends Playing XI
Naman Ojha, Sachin Tendulkar, Suresh Raina, Stuart Binny, Yuvraj Singh, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan, Manpreet Gony, Munaf Patel, Pragyan Ojha, Rahul Sharma
IND-L vs NZ-L Key Players
Ross Taylor brings with him immense experience of playing in India. He is New Zealand’s most prolific player and has had a lot of successful exploits in the nation. Facing India as well, Ross Taylor has done enough to torment the Indians and he will be hoping turn back the clock as he does the same against the Legends.
Sachin Tendulkar has had a quiet tournament so far. In his only innings, the ball came off the bat very nicely but a traditional long innings from the little master is yet to be seen. Hopefully with a challenging attack ahead, crowds will be treated to the best of Sachin Tendulkar one more time.
See Also: England vs India 2nd ODI Match Prediction – Cricket Winner
IND-L vs NZ-L Match Tips
India and New Zealand are known for some nice and unexpected encounters. Now, while India seem in front, New Zealand’s unpredictability against the Indians may put them ahead coming into the contest.