With a lot of rain around the Road Safety World Series has lost a touch of steam. The following has come down a bit but the players are still enjoying their time while the games are still proving to be good. New Zealand and West Indies come into this game with some good results behind them. While rain has affected both sides they will hope they can continue to rise in the points table.
Played- 0 | West Indies Legends- 0| New Zealand Legends- 0 | Tie- 0
Date: 21st September 2022
Time: 7:30 PM IST
Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Dehra Dun
The weather is nice and cool during the NZ-L vs WI-L fixture with some dew in the air.
With the weather conditions in Dehradun, swing could be a factor early on while there is likely to be a lot of dew. Batting second is a better option.
Aaron Redmond, Anton Devcich, Neil Broom, Ross Taylor, Scott Styris, Jacob Oram, Dean Brownlie, Jamie How, Craig McMillan, Kyle Mills, Shane Bond
Dwayne Smith, Brian Lara, Kirk Edwards, Narsingh Deonarine, Danza Hyatt, William Perkins, Dave Mohammad, Jerome Taylor, Krishmar Santokie, Sulieman Benn, Daren Powell
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.
Jerome Taylor is still bowling with some really good pace. He has some tough memories against New Zealand and with quiet a few players from his time in the opposition, Jerome Taylor will be hoping to get back at the New Zealand batters.
Both New Zealand and West Indies are doing a decent job in the tournament. Looking at form and line-ups though, West Indies will fancy themselves after some good performances in this tournament.