WI-L vs NZ-L Match Prediction

RSWS 2022: WI-L vs NZ-L Match Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI Updates, Pitch Report & Betting Tips For Match 13, Road Safety T20 World Series 2022

WI-L vs NZ-L Match Prediction: Dwyane Smith has already scored 124 runs for RSWS in just two games. On Wednesday, the 13th match of the Road Safety T20 World Series 2022 (RSWS) will be played between the West Indies Legends (WI-L) and the New Zealand Legends (NZ-L) at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Dehradun.

Rain stopped the last game between New Zealand and India

West Indies won their last game against England, so they are now in second place in the table with five points after three games. When England bowled first, Krishmar Santokie and Sulleman Benn each took two wickets to limit them to 156 runs. Then, West Indies easily won by eight wickets after an in-form opener named Dwayne Smith hit 73 runs off 42 balls.

Rain stopped the last game between New Zealand and India. After losing badly to South Africa in their first game of this tournament, they beat Bangladesh Legends in their second game.

PROBABLE PLAYING XI & WI-L vs NZ-L Match Prediction

West Indies Legends

BC Lara(C), DR Smith, KA Edwards, N Deonarine, DBL Powell, DP Hyatt, ND Stewart, WKD Perkins, D Bishoo, SJ Benn, K Santokie

BENCH: JE Taylor, Marlon Black, D Mohammed, Dario Barthley

New Zealand Legends

R Taylor(C), JM How, DG Brownlie, NT Broom, AJ Redmond, JDP Oram, JEC Franklin, GJ Hopkins, SE Bond, Hamish Bennett, KD Mills

BENCH: Jason Spice, SB Styris, BP Martin, AP Devcich, CD McMillan


T20 games at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium are played on a surface that makes it easy to hit the ball. In T20 games, the average number of runs scored in the first innings is 177, and teams that batted first have won four of the six games so far.


Dwayne Smith | BAT | WI-L

With 124 runs in just two innings, the West Indies opener has scored the most runs for his team in this tournament. In the last game, he hit 73 runs off 42 balls against England. He will be an easy choice to be captain for this match.

Brian Lara WI-L | BAT

The legendary batter from the Caribbean did not play in the first game, which was against Sri Lanka. However, he did play in the last game, which was against England Legends. The last time the tournament was held, he scored 154 runs in just six innings.

Ross Taylor | BAT | NZL

In the last game, New Zealand’s captain got four runs against South Africa Legends. In the last game against Bangladesh Legends, he got 30 runs off of 17 balls. He has scored almost 2000 runs in T20I cricket, and he will be a key batter for his team in this match.