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| On Jul 15, 2021 3:51 PM IST

IRE vs SA 3rd ODI: Possible Playing 11 of Ireland

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IRE Playing 11: After a historic win in the second ODI, Ireland will face South Africa in the final ODI here at Malahide, Dublin. The hosts registered their first ever win over South Africa in the last match and will be high on confidence. Both the batters and bowlers have contributed their bit which is an exciting sign for Irish cricket. All in all, this is a great chance for Ireland to register a series win over a cricketing superpower. In 7 ODIs played between these sides, South Africa have won 5 while Ireland won the last match to open their account.

Team News

Ireland will look to continue with the same combination that won them the game on Tuesday.

IRE Playing 11 (likely)

Paul Stirling
Andrew Balbirnie (C)
Andy McBrine
Harry Tector
George Dockrell
Lorcan Tucker (wk)
Curtis Campher
Simi Singh
Mark Adair
Craig Young
Joshua Little

The batting will once again be led by skipper Andrew Balbirnie who scored a brilliant century in the last match. He is looking in superb form and will be the key once again. The way Tector and Dockrell scored runs at the death in the last game, shows the amount of confidence in the Irish batters. The bowlers had a collective performance and took wickets at regular intervals to derail the powerful SA batting line-up. The focus will be on left-armer Joshua Little who can be a game-changer with his pace and skill.

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Ireland Squad

Andrew Balbirnie (C), Mark Adair, Curtis Campher, George Dockrell, Graham Kennedy, Josh Little, Andrew McBrine, Graeme McCarter, Barry McCarthy, William Porterfield, Simi Singh, Paul Stirling, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker (wk), Craig Young.


Where to Watch IRE vs SA 3rd ODI Live

You can watch the ball by ball and the Live score coverage of the Ireland vs South Africa 3rd ODI match on Fancode. The match will be played on 16 July and will start at 3:15 PM (IST).

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Monojit Das

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