Bangladesh Legends go up against New Zealand Legends in the Road Safety World Series 2022 on Thursday, September 15, 2022, at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur. The match begins at 7:30 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).

Bangladesh Legends lost to West Indies legends by six wickets in their opening match of the ongoing season. Batting first, Bangladesh were skittled out for just 98 runs. Krishmar Santokie picked three wickets for the Windies while Dave Mohammed and Sulieman Benn picked two wickets each. Dwayne Smith scored 51 runs with the bat, helping the Windies chase the target down with 28 balls to spare. 

Meanwhile, New Zealand Legends who are making their first appearance in the Road Safety World Series this season lost to South Africa Legends in their opening game. The South African side restricted the Kiwis to just 99 runs in the first innings thanks to Johan Botha’s four wickets. South Africa Legends then chased the target down with 39 balls and nine wickets to spare to register their first win of the season. Dean Brownlie was the top-scorer for the Kiwis with a run-a-ball 48.

Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends Road Safety World Series 2022 odds

4Rabet odds: Bangladesh Legends: 4.70, New Zealand Legends: 1.20

Betwinner odds: Bangladesh Legends: 4.14, New Zealand Legends: 1.23

10cric odds: Bangladesh Legends: 4.04, New Zealand Legends: 1.14

Parimatch odds: Bangladesh Legends: 4.60, New Zealand Legends: 1.19

Note: Odds are subject to change. Please visit betting sites to check and confirm the latest odds.

Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand head-to-head in T20s

Bangladesh Legends and New Zealand Legends will play each other for the first time in the Road Safety World Series.

Bangladesh Legends have lost their last five games in the Road Safety World Series.

Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends Road Safety World Series 2022 squads

Bangladesh Legends: Shahadat Hossain (captain), Abdur Razzak, Alamgir Kabir, Aftab Ahmed, Alok Kapali, Mamun ur Rasheed, Nazmus Sadat, Dhiman Ghosh (wicketkeeper), Dolar Mahmud, Khaled Mashud, Mohammad Sharif, Mehrab Hossain, Elias Sunny, Mohammad Nazimuddin, Abul Hasan, Tushar Imran.

New Zealand Legends: Ross Taylor (captain), Jacob Oram, Jamie How, Jason Spice, Kyle Mills, Scott Styris, Shane Bond, Dean Brownlie, Bruce Martin, Neil Broom, Aaron Redmond, Anton Devcich, Craig McMillan, Gareth Hopkins (wicketkeeper), Hamish Bennett.

Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand probable playing XI

Bangladesh Legends: Nazmus Sadat, Mohammad Nazimuddin, Tushar Imran, Aftab Ahmed, Alok Kapali, Dhiman Ghosh (wicketkeeper), Abul Hasan, Mohammad Sharif, Dolar Mahmud, Shahadat Hossain (captain), Abdur Razzak

New Zealand Legends: Aaron Redmond, Anton Devcich, Craig McMillan, Gareth Hopkins (wicketkeeper), Ross Taylor (captain), Dean Brownlie, Neil Broom, Jacob Oram, Bruce Martin, Hamish Bennett, Shane Bond.

Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends combined fantasy XI

Nazmus Sadat, Anton Devcich, Ross Taylor (captain), Dean Brownlie, Craig McMillan, Alok Kapali, Dhiman Ghosh (wicketkeeper), Dolar Mahmud, Abdur Razzak, Bruce Martin, Hamish Bennett, Shane Bond.



Bangladesh Legends top picks vs New Zealand Legends

Abdur Razzak: The left-arm spinner picked 207 wickets in ODIs at an average of 29.29 as well as an economy of 4.56 and is regarded as one of the finest bowlers to have played for Bangladesh. Razzak also represented Bangladesh in 34 T20Is and picked 44 wickets at a strike rate of 16.5. The 40-year-old spinner has also picked three wickets in six games in the Road Safety World Series at an economy of 6.00.

Alok Kapali: The all-rounder scored 1,235 runs for Bangladesh in ODIs, including one century and five half-centuries. He also picked 24 wickets with the ball at an economy of 5.18. In seven T20Is, Kapali picked two wickets at an average of 17.50. The 38-year-old is also the first Bangladesh cricketer to pick a hat-trick in Test cricket.

New Zealand Legends top picks vs Bangladesh Legends  

Shane Bond: The right-arm pacer has picked 25 wickets for New Zealand in 20 T20Is at an average of 21.72 and an economy of 7. In ODIs, Bond picked 147 wickets in 82 games at an economy of 4.28. Bond was known for his ability to generate pace as well as swing and was widely regarded as New Zealand’s best bowler post the Richard Hadlee-era

Dean Brownlie: The right-handed batter scored 48 runs in his last game in the tournament and was the top scorer for the Kiwis against South Africa. The middle-order batter scored 711 runs for New Zealand in 14 Tests at an average of 29.62. The 38-year-old scored one century and four half-centuries in the longest form of the game. In 16 ODIs, Brownlie scored 361 runs at an average of 25.78. 

Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends prediction

New Zealand Legends have a much stronger side and are clear favourites to beat Bangladesh in the upcoming encounter. 

Bangladesh Legends vs New Zealand Legends Road Safety World Series 2022 playing conditions and weather report

Maximum Temperature: 32°C

Precipitation: 0%

Humidity: 74%

Wind: 24 km/h

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