Connect with us

Cricket News

West Indies and Bangladesh to play Tri-series in Ireland

West Indies and Bangladesh to play Tri-series in Ireland

The Ireland National Cricket team will host Windies and Bangladesh for the Tri-Nation series which will start from 5th May. This series is termed as preparation for Windies and Bangladesh for the mega event – Cricket World Cup 2019 that will be hosted by England and Wales. This Tri-Series in Ireland will be the last international ODI series for any team before the CWC 2019. The first match of the series will be played at Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Clontarf between Ireland and Windies.

The Bangladesh team was defeated by New Zealand in their last ODI Series whereas the Windies were able to draw their series against England. Ireland had drawn the ODI series against Afghanistan.

The Schedule for the Tri-Nation series looks like this:

Here is the complete schedule for Tri-Series in Ireland

DateMatch Detail   Venue   Time
5-May-19Ireland vs WindiesClontarf Cricket Club Ground, Clontarf3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
7-May-19Windies vs BangladeshClontarf Cricket Club Ground, Clontarf3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
9-May-19Ireland vs BangladeshThe Village, Malahide3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
11-May-19Ireland vs WindiesThe Village, Malahide3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
13-May-19Windies vs BangladeshThe Village, Malahide3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
15-May-19Ireland vs BangladeshClontarf Cricket Club Ground, Clontarf3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
17-May-19FinalThe Village, Malahide3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT

 

Several players from Windies are currently participating in the Indian Premier League. The likes of Andre Russell, Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmyer, Oshane Thomas, Nicholas Pooran, Evin Lewis and Carlos Brathwaite are featuring for different franchises of the league.

As per reports in ESPNcricinfo, all these players will be considered for selection only if their respective franchises don’t make it to the playoffs. On the other hand, for Bangladesh, only Shakib Al Hasan is playing in the IPL.

Also Read: Who will win the ODI World Cup 2019? Here are the top 5 contenders

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on FacebookTwitter and Instagram

 

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement
First-Class 23:30 PM 10 November 2019
WA 1-73(32.3)
NSW 8d-444(152.0)

SCG, Sydney

Live

First-Class 00:00 AM 11 November 2019
TAS 2-118(47.5)
SA 6d-490(124.0)

Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

Live

First-Class 23:30 PM 11 November 2019
QLD 183(75.0)
VIC 0-0(0)

MCG, Melbourne

Innings Break

T20 Tour Match 05:00 AM 11 November 2019
PAK 7-404(113.2)
AUS 0-0(0)

Perth Stadium, Perth

Live

T20 Match 30 09:30 AM 12 November 2019
THU 0-0(0)
SCO 0-0(0)

WACA Ground, Perth

UPCOMING

T20 Match 31 00:00 AM 13 November 2019
SIX 0-0(0)
HUR 0-0(0)

Invermay Park, Launceston

UPCOMING

T20 Match 32 03:00 AM 13 November 2019
HEA 0-0(0)
STA 0-0(0)

CitiPower Centre, St. Kilda

UPCOMING

Test 1st Test 04:00 AM 14 November 2019
BAN 0-0(0)
IND 0-0(0)

Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore

UPCOMING

T20 Intl 1st T20I 13:30 PM 14 November 2019
WI 0-0(0)
AFG 0-0(0)

Ekana International Cricket Stadium, Lucknow

UPCOMING

No completed match yet!

Most Viewed

Like us at Blogadda

More in Cricket News