Ireland's glorious run in the T20I Tri-series will face a stern test as they face the Netherlands at The Village in Dublin. As a result, Gary Wilson along with management will have to get their thinking caps on and prepare for the all-important game. All three teams have played two games each, with Ireland occupying the top spot – winning one game and other ending in no result. The Netherlands, on the other hand, are placed at the third spot losing the
With this, the focus shifts to the second half of the tri-series and teams will be looking to give their extra effort on the field to finish at the top spot of the points table as it will eventually decide the winner.
The Dublin weather is improving with every passing day and the Wednesday forecast is possibly the best across the week. Clear sky is expected throughout the day with no prediction of drizzle and shower during the match timings at least.
The track in Dublin is certainly expected to be a batting paradise after Ireland and Scotland experiencing a high scoring encounter yesterday. However, this remains to be seen how well can Ireland utilize their home conditions.
Paul Stirling, Kevin O’Brien, Andrew Balbirnie, Gary Wilson (C), Lorcan Tucker, Mark Adair, Shane Getkate, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Boyd Rankin, Craig Young
Max O’Dowd, Tobias Visée, Ben Cooper, Bas de Leede, Scott Edwards (WK), Tonny Staal, Pieter Seelaar (C), Philippe Boissevain, Paul van Meekeren, Fred Klaassen, Brandon Glover
Kevin O' Brien
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