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England Legends vs Australia Legends, RSWS T20 2022, Today Match Prediction

Green Park Stadium, Kanpur, India

160/6 in 20.0

8.00

164/4 in 13.4

12.00
SCORECARD

Toss Winner - England Legends won the toss and chose to bat first

Australia Legends beat England Legends by 6 wickets

Australia Legends take on arch-rivals England as they look to secure a top 2 place in the standings

  • Australia Legends have won 2 out of the last 4 matches they have played, with one being abandoned due to rain.
  • England Legends have failed to win any of their games so far, losing 3 out of the 4 games with 1 being abandoned.
  • This is the first time Australia Legends will be going head to head with England Legends in the Road Safety Series, as their previous clash was abandoned.

We predict that Australia Legends will defeat England Legends

Tournament: Road Safety World Series 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Green Park Stadium, Kanpur, India | Toss: To Bowl

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Name
SLL
INDL
WIL
NZL
AUSL
RSAL
BANL
ENGL
M
Won
Lost
Tied
NR
PTs
NRR
4
3
0
0
1
14
1.61
5
2
0
0
3
14
2.886
5
2
1
0
1
12
0.434
5
1
1
0
2
10
-1.37
4
2
1
0
1
8
0.247
5
1
2
0
2
8
-0.353
4
0
3
0
1
2
-1.066
4
0
3
0
1
2
-2.158

After securing a semi-final spot with a mighty impressive against the West Indies, Australia comes into the game with their tails up and against their rivals who have struggled in the tournament. A lot is still at stake as one still plays to win the series while the other plays for pride.

Australia Legends come into the game not only after securing a semi-final spot but on a mighty impressive winning run that they have managed to conjure. After demolishing West Indies, Australia will look to continue their momentum against the English and go in strong in the Semi-Finals of the series. On the other hand, the England Legends had a forgettable series as they are still to win a game in the series. However, if there were one game they would want to win would be this one, as they play arch rivals Australia and also play for pride.

Australia Legends would be raring to go as they would want to continue their momentum and get ready for the Semi-Finals. On the other hand, England Legends will want to put up a stronger display than they have and want to go out on a win.

England Legends Preview

While this tournament was quite a forgetful one, they will want to go out on a positive note. They would like to give it their all in the last game against arch-rivals Australia and round up the series on a good note. The bowling department took a solid hammering in the previous game, conceding 170 runs in a maximum of 15 overs.

The bowling department looked down and out as the Indian batsmen went berserk. But Stephen Perry was an absolute star, as he picked up 3 wickets for 19 runs in 3 overs. Chris Schofield chipped in with one wicket, but other than that, all the other bowlers leaked runs. The batting department had yet another off day. The England Legends would have hoped for the batting department to have a great time, but that never happened.

The batting has thoroughly let down the squad, and they will like to rectify it in their last game. Phil Mustard scored 29 off 19 balls and looked good before getting out. In need to muster up quick runs, none of the English Batsmen quite kept going. The England legends will want to perform better and showcase a much better performance as they are now playing for pride. They themselves would not want to go out of the tournament without a win. 

Key Players:  Phil Mustard, Chris Tremlett, Stephen Parry, Dimitri Mascarenhas

England Legends Predicted Playing XI:

Phil Mustard(w), Ian Bell(c), Tim Ambrose, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Rikki Clarke, Chris Schofield, Chris Tremlett, Stuart Meaker, Stephen Parry, Jade Dernbach, James Tindall

England Legends Actual Playing XI:

Dimitri Mascarenhas, Chris Tremlett, Phil Mustard, Stuart Meaker, Darren Maddy, JW Dernbach, Ian Bell, Stephen Parry, Rikki Clarke, Chris Schofield, James Tindall

Australia Legends Preview

There was a time in international cricket when all teams used to compete against each other just to face Australia in the finals. In the past few games, Australia has definitely turned back the clock as they seem to dominate right from the get-go. On the accounts of the past few games, and whilst securing a semi-final spot in the process, this Australian team has definitely put their hands up as contenders to go all the way.

While it felt that Australia might have to chase a target in excess of 200, the bowling department did a fantastic job of restricting the West Indies to under 180. Bryce McGain was the pick of the bowlers as he not only picked up 3 crucial wickets. He was very economical, giving away just 23 runs in his quota of 4 overs. Dirk Nannes also chipped in with 2 wickets at the death to round off a good bowling display.

The batting department made a complete joke out of the total, which looked quite challenging given the conditions. Chasing a total of 179, Australia Legends finished the innings off in 15.1 overs. The opening pair put on 130 runs before Alex Doolan departed after scoring 56 off 30 balls, which consisted of 6 mammoth sixes and 2 boundaries.

Captain Shane Watson looked like he was auditioning for the T20 world cup, scoring 88 of 50 balls, including 9 huge sixes and 5 boundaries. The Aussies look in fine fine touch and have peaked at the business end of the tournament. It will be interesting to see how far they can carry this momentum

Key Players: Shane Watson, Alex Doolan, Dirk Nannes, Bryce McGain

Australia Legends Predicted Playing XI:

Shane Watson(c), Alex Doolan, Callum Ferguson, Ben Dunk(w), Nathan Reardon, Brad Haddin, Brad Hodge, Bryce McGain, Dirk Nannes, Jason Krejza, Chadd Sayers

Australia Legends Actual Playing XI:

Chadd Sayers, Jason Krejza, Bryce McGain, Alex Doolan, Brad Hodge, Brad Haddin, Brett Lee, Nathan Reardon, Callum Ferguson, Shane Watson, Ben Dunk

HR
Temp
Rain
W. speed
W. direction
Clouds
00h
26
0 mm.
1.44 k/h
From: NNW
9%
03h
28
0 mm.
1.42 k/h
From: NW
5%
06h
30
0 mm.
2.44 k/h
From: NW
5%
09h
32
0 mm.
3.27 k/h
From: NW
2%
12h
31
0 mm.
1.95 k/h
From: NW
1%
15h
28
0 mm.
1.9 k/h
From: NNW
2%
18h
27
0 mm.
1.56 k/h
From: E
3%
21h
27
0 mm.
0.48 k/h
From: ENE
2%

Weather Conditions

The weather will be pleasant, with a 41% chance of rain on match day. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be in the 31°C - 24°C range.

Venue Details

Established in 2008, the SVNS International Cricket Stadium is one of the newest state-of-the-art stadiums in India. Established in 2008, the SVNS International Cricket Stadium is one of the newest state-of-the-art stadiums in India. The pitch helps the batsmen and bowlers equally. The score of 200 has been crosses only once here.

Toss: To Bowl

As there are chances of rainfall, the smarter option would be to bowl first and chase down the total if the D/L method comes into play. However, teams might also want to take advantage of the fresh pitch as a wicket that assists the pacers early on.

The Australia Legends look like a team on a mission, as they have been dominating oppositions and would want to carry on their momentum going into the semi-finals. On the other hand, England has not been able to get off in the tournament but will look to play for pride in the clash against Arch rivals Australia. This has all the ingredients to be an exciting encounter, with the battles within and the history preceding both these cricketing nations.

We predict that Australia Legends will defeat England Legends

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