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Road Safety World Series Schedule | Venue | Results: Road Safety World Series is an International Tournament and also the part of Future Tour Programs (FTP) announced by the International Cricket Council in the year 2009. The schedule is to begin on Saturday 10 September 2022. A total of eight teams will be participating in RSWS 2022. A total of 23 matches will be played in the T20 format including two semi-final matches and one final. In this article, we discuss the road safety world series schedule.

RSWS 2022 tournament will be held

  • Green Park Kanpur
  • Holkar Cricket Stadium Indore
  • Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium Dehradun
  • Raipur International Cricket Stadium

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Road Safety World Series Schedule

Date

Team 1

Team 2

Time

Venue

Results

September 10

India Legends

South Africa Legends

7: 30 pm

Kanpur

India Legends Won by 61 runs

September 11

Bangladesh

West Indies

3.30 pm

Kanpur

WI Legends won by 6 wickets

September 11

Australia Legends

Sri Lanka Legends

7.30 pm

Kanpur

SL Legends won by 38 runs

September 12

New Zealand Legends

South Africa Legends

7.30 pm

Kanpur

SA won by 9 wickets

September 13

England Legends

Sri Lanka

7.30 pm

Kanpur

SL Legends won by 7 wickets

September 14

India Legends

West Indies Legends

7.30 pm

Kanpur

Rescheduled

September 15

England Legends

South Africa Legends

7.30 pm

Kanpur

Abandoned

September 16

Off Day

September 17

Bangladesh Legends

New Zealand Legends

3.30 pm

Indore

NZ won by 8 wickets

September 17

England Legends

West Indies Legends

7.30 pm

Indore

West Indies won by 8 wickets

September 18

Sri Lanka Legends

South Africa Legends

3.30 pm

Indore

Sri Lanka won by 11 runs

September 18

Australia Legends

Bangladesh Legends

7.30 pm

Indore

Australia won by 3 wickets

September 19

India Legends

New Zealand Legends

7.30 pm

Indore

Match Abandoned

September 20

Off Day

September 21

New Zealand Legends

West Indies Legends

7.30 pm

Dehradun

September 22

India Legends

England Legends

7.30 pm

Dehradun

September 23

Australia Legends

South Africa Legends

7.30 pm

Dehradun

September 24

New Zealand Legends

Sri Lanka Legends

7.30 pm

Dehradun

September 25

Australia Legends

West Indies Legends

3.30 pm

Dehradun

September 25

India Legends

Bangladesh Legends

7.30 pm

Dehradun

September 26

Off Day

September 27

Sri Lanka Legends

Bangladesh Legends

3.30 pm

Raipur

September 27

England Legends

Australia Legends

7.30 pm

Raipur

September 28

Semi-Final 1

Semi-Final 1

7.30 pm

Raipur

September 29

Semi-Final 2

Semi-Final 2

7.30 pm

Raipur

September 30

Off Day

October 1

Final

Final

7.30 pm

Raipur

Road Safety World Series Squads

India Legends

  • Sachin Tendulkar
  • Suresh Raina
  • Yuvraj Singh
  • Irfan Pathan
  • Yusuf Pathan
  • Harbhajan Singh
  • Munaf Patel
  • Subramaniam Badrinath
  • Naman Ojha
  • Stuart Binny
  • Manpreet Gony
  • Pragyan Ojha

South Africa Legends

  • Jonty Rhodes
  • Alviro Petersen
  • Andrew Puttick
  • Eddie Leie
  • Garnett Kruger
  • Henry Davids
  • Jacques Rudolph
  • Johan Botha
  • Johan van der Wath
  • Lance Klusener
  • Norris Jones
  • Makhaya Ntini
  • Morne van Wyk
  • Zander de Bruyn
  • T Tshabalala
  • Vernon Philander

Bangladesh Legends 

  • Shahadat Hossain
  • Abdur Razzak
  • Alamgir Kabir
  • Aftab Ahmed
  • Alok Kapali
  • Mamun ur Rasheed
  • Nazmus Sadat
  • Dhiman Ghosh
  • Dolar Mahmud
  • Khaled Mashud
  • Mohammad Sharif
  • Mehrab Hossain
  • Elias Sunny
  • Abul Hasan
  • Tushar Imran
  • Mohammad Nazimuddin

Sri Lanka Legends 

  • Tillakaratne Dilshan Captain
  • Kaushalya Weeraratne
  • Mahela Udawatte
  • Rumesh Silva
  • Asela Gunaratne
  • Chamara Silva
  • Isuru Udana
  • Chamara Kapugedara
  • Nuwan Kulasekara
  • Jeevan Mendis
  • Sanath Jayasuriya
  • Thisara Perera
  • Upul Tharanga

Australia Legends 

  • Shane Watson
  • Alex Doolan
  • Ben Dunk
  • Brad Hodge
  • Brad Haddin
  • Stuart Clark
  • Brett Lee
  • Bryce McGain
  • Nathan Reardon
  • Jason Krejza
  • John Hastings
  • Chadd Sayers

West Indies Legends  

  • Brian Lara
  • Danza Hyatt
  • Devendra Bishoo
  • Dwayne Smith
  • Jerome Taylor
  • Kirk Edwards
  • Marlon Ian Black
  • Narsingh Deonarine
  • Sulieman Benn
  • Daren Powell
  • Krishmar Santokie
  • William Perkins
  • Darion Barthley
  • Dave Mohammed

New Zealand Legends 

  • Ross Taylor 
  • Jacob Oram
  • Jamie How
  • Jason Spice
  • Kyle Mills
  • Scott Styris
  • Shane Bond
  • Dean Brownlie
  • Bruce Martin
  • Neil Broom
  • Aaron Redmond
  • Anton Devcich
  • Hamish Bennett
  • Craig McMillan
  • Gareth Hopkins

England Legends

  • Ian Bell
  • Nick Compton
  • Phil Mustard
  • Chris Tremlett
  • Daren Maddy
  • Darren Stevens
  • James Tindall
  • Rikki Clarke
  • Jade Dernbach
  • Mal Loye

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