The last match of the league stage of the tri-series will witness Ireland taking on Bangladesh at the Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin on May 15, 2019. Keep reading to find out the IRE vs BAN 6th Match Prediction.
Bangladesh and West Indies have sealed their berths in the final of the series. Ireland doesn’t have any chance of qualification as the hosts haven’t won a single game. However, pride is at stake and they would hope to restore some of that.
Bangladesh, on the other hand, has been superb in the series. They won both their matches against West Indies handsomely. Their last game against Ireland was abandoned due to rain. Now, in the consequential game in the context of the series, it gives them a chance to test the bench strength. Let’s find out who will win between Ireland and Bangladesh in match 6.
Here is our IRE vs BAN 6th Match Prediction
Case1: If Ireland bats first
First Innings score prediction: 260-270
Result prediction: Bangladesh will win the match by 6 wickets
Case2: If Bangladesh bats first
First Innings score prediction: 320-330
Result prediction: Bangladesh will win the match by more than 30 runs
Ireland vs Bangladesh Head to Head record
Total Matches: 10, IRE won: 2, BAN won: 6, No Result: 2
Ireland Predicted XI:
William Porterfield (c), Boyd Rankin, Kevin O Brien, Gary Wilson (wk), Paul Stirling, George Dockrell, Tim Murtagh, Andrew Balbirnie, Mark Adair, Joshua Little, James McCollum
Bangladesh Predicted XI:
Ireland vs Bangladesh Match Prediction: Given the form of Bangladesh, they have a far better chance of winning. Ireland will have to play out of their skins to get over the visitors.
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