Road Safety World Series: Australia Legends vs South Africa Legends - Match Prediction, Toss Prediction, Powerplay score and More

Ritesh PathakAuthor

Updated - 24 September 2022 12:14 PM


Rain gods have not been too kind to Road Safety World Series fans as four matches in the second edition of the tournament have been completely washed away. However, it’s expected that the match between Australia Legends and South Africa Legends, earlier scheduled to take place on 23 September has been postponed to 24 September.

Talking about the two teams’ performance so far in the tournament, Australia Legends have played two matches so far and have lost one and won one. Meanwhile, South Africa Legends have played four matches so far having won one of them, lost two of them and one was abandoned due to rain. 

Now, as the tournament reaches its business end, both teams will look to solidify their position and stay alive to play the knockouts. But who has got an edge and what do the odds say? Let’s find out.

Toss Prediction


South Africa Legends have won one out of three tosses (33.3%) so far while Australia Legends have won one out of two tosses (50%). Hence, Australia Legends are expected to win the toss on Friday. 

Win Possibility


South Africa Legends have one match out of four played in RSWS 2 so far. On the other hand, Australia Legends have won one and lost one. Talking about their H2H record, South Africa Legends have a 1-0 record but that win came from a walkover. So, only taking into account the current form, Australia Legends are expected to win the match between the two teams. 

Team of the Day


Australia are coming into this match on the back of a win while South Africa Legends lost their last match. Hence, with the likes of Shane Watson, Brad Haddin, Brett Lee and Brad Hodge, Australia Legends are the Team of the Day.

Powerplay Score and Average Score


Australia Legends have managed an average powerplay score of 67.5 so far in the tournament, while South Africa Legends have scored 42.34 runs on average. The expected powerplay score for teams are between 50-60. The average score at the venue has been 177. 

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the author’s point of view. They neither reflect the opinion of SportsTiger nor advise anyone to make any prediction based on this. SportsTiger does not assume any responsibility and liability for the same.


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