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Ireland the home team for tri-series against Bangladesh and West Indies


Ireland will have West Indies and Bangladesh for an ODI tri-series in the first week of May, with a twofold round-robin stage pursued by a final. The tri-series will start on May 5, with Ireland confronting West Indies, and finish up with the final on May 17. Every one of the matches will occur in Dublin, at Castle Avenue, Clontarf and The Village, Malahide.

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The competition will fill in as planning for West Indies and Bangladesh in front of the 2019 World Cup that starts in England on May 30. West Indies play their first match on May 31, against Pakistan, while Bangladesh open against South Africa, on June 2.

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The tri-series won’t keep a portion of the head West Indies players from feating in the IPL, including Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, Shimron Hetmeyer, Nicholas Pooran and Oshane Thomas. It is obvious that those players will be considered for choice just if their individual establishments neglect to make the playoffs for the IPL, which are probably going to start from May 7. Cricket West Indies is taking a gander at the Ireland tri-series as a way to give a portion of their periphery players presentation before the World Cup, and have them prepared to manage English conditions should they be required amid the World Cup as substitutions.

While from Ireland no one is playing IPL, and from Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan is playing but he will join the campaign in the first week of May.

 

Schedule:

May 5: Ireland v West Indies

May 7: West Indies v Bangladesh

May 9: Ireland v Bangladesh

May 11: Ireland v West Indies

May 13: West Indies v Bangladesh

May 15: Ireland v Bangladesh

May 17: Final

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