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|Mark Richard Adair||32||30||2||2||106.67|
|Jofra Chioke Archer||8.0||0||40||1||5.00|
|Mark Richard Adair||8.0||0||48||0||6.00|
Ireland may have missed out on a World Cup spot following their narrow defeat against Afghanistan in the World Cup Qualifiers last year, they have an exciting summer awaiting them. They are set to take on Bangladesh and Zimbabwe in a home tri-series which will be followed by a lone test at the Lord's. However, before that, they have another challenge to face, in a day's time, where they face England in a one-off One day International at the Malahide Cricket Club on 3rd May 2018. For England, it is the game for them to test the waters before the actual ICC Event, but we still do not expect them to hold back anything. On the other hand, the Irish will be looking to showcase their talent in a match which will be followed closely by almost everyone in the cricketing fraternity.
The last time Ireland played an ODI, they had a reasonable outing as they drew the series against arguably a more potent Afghanistan side. The Irish look pretty settled on paper with an excellent amalgamation of youth and experience.
They have plenty of experience with the bat in their top-order with William Porterfield available to open along with Paul Stirling. Andy Balbirnie has been in terrific touch which was also on display against Afghanistan in India and he will be a vital cog for Ireland to have success. With Gary Wilson back after injury, this Irish batting looks as strong as it has ever been and considering that the conditions will be favorable to keir acquaintance to the conditions, which wasn't a case in their tour against Afghanistan.
Andy McBrine and George Dockrell both did well in India, but considering the fact that the surface and the overhead conditions won't be as conducive to spin bowling as they were in India, one of them will most likely have to sit out. Their pace attack, however, looks pretty settled with Boyd Rankin, Tim Murtagh, and Stuart Thompson doing well. Overall, Ireland is a well-balanced side, maybe not on par with their opponents, but the home advantage might well even out the playing ground.
WTS Porterfield, PR Stirling, Andy Balbirnie, GC Wilson, Kevin O'Brien, George Dockrell, Lorcan Tucker, Mark Richard Adair, Joshua Little, TJ Murtagh, WB Rankin.
The biggest news for English Cricket fans is arguably the debut of Jofra Archer. Up until now, he's been playing franchise cricket all across the globe and with Archer striving to be a part of their World Cup squad, this game, as well as the series ahead, is of massive importance to him.
England will also like to test out a few players to finalize their playing eleven for the marquee event. Having said that, they appear to be nothing short on either batting prowess or varieties in their bowling lineup.
Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow have been rested for this lone ODI and we are likely to see James Vince and Joe Denly open the innings for them. Their middle-order will have the usual suspects comprising of Joe Root and Eoin Morgan. Their bowling too is nothing short with Adil Rashid, Tom Curran, and David Willey along with the new-comer Jofra Archer. While this English unit might appear to be a little light on batting due to the absence of their regular opening pair, their depth in the batting order will most likely take care of it.
J Vince, Dawid Malan, JE Root, Eoin Morgan, Joe Denly, Ben Foakes, David Willey, Jofra Chioke Archer, Tom Curran, AU Rashid, LE Plunkett.
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Ireland and England have a great history of upsets and close encounter which dates back to 2007. Also, England lost to Scotland not long ago which will also be playing in the minds of the Englishmen. On paper and as far as the recent performances are concerned, England appear to be ahead, but the absence of experience at the top may well be something which the Irish will be looking to capitalize upon. Ireland have the home advantage and may well end up having a close encounter, England are definitely the favorites to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture.
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