Road Safety World Series 2022: India Legends take on New Zealand Legends in the last match of the Indore leg

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Indore
fans
have
been
eagerly
waiting
to
catch
a
glimpse
of
their
favourite
Indian
stars
of
yesteryears
on
the
cricket
pitch.
This
match
will
be
the
show
stopper
of
the
Indore
leg
of
the
T20
tournament.

The
city
of
Indore
will
forever
hold
a
special
place
for
Tendulkar,
as
the
batting
maestro
completed
10000
ODI
runs
here
in
2001.
India
Legends
played
the
season
opener
in
Kanpur
which
they
won
convincingly
against
South
Africa
Legends
but
their
next
game
against
West
Indies
was
washed
out
due
to
rain
at
Green
Park.

Against
South
Africa
Legends
in
their
first
game,
the
India
Legends
registered
a
massive
61-run
win
and
ticked
off
almost
every
box
with
their
clinical
show.

Opening
the
batting
for
India
Legends,
Tendulkar
and
Naman
Ojha
will
be
looking
to
give
the
team
a
good
start
against
New
Zealand
bowlers,
who
despite
a
good
start
failed
to
contain
Bangladeshi
batters
in
a
rain-hit
match.
However,
the
batters
won
the
game
easily.

Against
New
Zealand,
the
Indore
crowd
would
be
expecting
an
entertaining
knock
from
the
master
blaster,
and
from
the
likes
of
Suresh
Raina
and
Yuvraj
Singh.
Stuart
Binny
and
Yusuf
Pathan

who
were
the
heroes
for
India
in
the
opening
game

will
also
look
to
give
New
Zealand
bowlers
a
run
for
their
money.

India’s
bowling
department
looks
balanced
as
it
has
a
decent
pace
attack
in
Irfan
Pathan,
Manpreet
Gony,
and
Munaf
Patel
while
the
spin
department
looks
equally
potent
due
to
the
presence
of
Pragyan
Ojha
and
Rahul
Sharma.

New
Zealand
Legends

who
are
making
their
debut
in
the
tournament

came
back
strongly
after
the
defeat
in
the
opening
game
and
registered
a
comprehensive
8-wicket
win
over
Bangladesh
in
their
first
game
of
the
Indore
leg.

Making
a
strong
comeback
from
their
first
game
in
which
their
batting
looked
toothless,
captain
Ross
Taylor,
Dean
Brownlie,
and
Jamie
How
scored
valuable
runs
in
the
chase
against
Bangla
Tigers
to
open
their
account
in
the
points
tally.
Kyle
Mills
and
Hamish
Bennett
bowled
well
in
the
powerplay
but
the
rest
of
the
bowlers
looked
ineffective.
Against
a
dominant
Indian
batting
lineup,
the
Kiwi
Legends
will
have
to
bring
their
A-Game.

India
and
New
Zealand
have
faced
each
other
in
20
T20Is
and
of
these,
the
Men
in
Blue
won
11
whereas
the
BlackCaps
have
come
out
victorious
on
9
occasions.

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