After an entertaining 20-match, the Road Safety World Series reaches its climax as the India Legends take on the Sri Lanka Legends in the finals for the second time in a row. Both these teams have been unstoppable as they remained undefeated in the tournament. India and Sri Lanka have been involved in countless incredible games over their cricketing history and this fixture also promises to be included in that list. 

Entering the Grand Finale, the Lankan team defeated the West Indies Legends with a 14-run margin where Nuwan Kulasekara emerged as the top performer with his economical three-wicket haul. Whereas the Indian team took down Australian Legends with a scintillating 90-run knock by Naman Ojha as they chased down 171 runs in 19.2 overs.  

Now moving back to the RSWS final,  here is the prediction of what could happen in this fixture and who will eventually emerge as a winner.

Toss Prediction 


The India Legends have a better chance to win the toss as they have a better record over the last three tosses in comparison to the Sri Lanka Legends. 

Win Possibility


The Sri Lanka Legends have a better chance to win this fixture as they have been in an incredible run of form with quality all-around  effort from  their team. They have posted some incredible totals throughout the tournament and have been top-notch with their bowling in the 2022 season. 

Team of the day  


Similarly, the better team in this fixture will be the Sri Lanka Legends as they have had an incredible overall output throughout the tournament. The Lankans have Tillakaratne Dilshan and Dilshan Munaweera, both batters in the top five of highest run-scorers of the season. Similarly, they also have Nuwan Kulasekara and Sanath Jayasuriya, the top two wicket-takers of the 2022 season.

Predicted Powerplay and Average First Innings score


The average first innings total at this venue in Road Safety World Series 2022 is 186. Sri Lanka Legends' average powerplay score in their last 3 T20s has been 50.3. For India Legends, the mean powerplay total in their last 3 T20s is 54.6. So expecting the powerplay score to be in the range of 50-60 in this match.

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