ENG vs IRE 1st ODI Prediction and Probable Playing XI
ENG vs IRE 1st ODI Prediction : England will take on Ireland in 1st ODI in Rose Bowl Cricket Stadium, Hampshire. England have recently defeated West Indies in 3rd Test match thereby taking a lead of 2-1 in the series. It must be remember since the Coronavirus pandemic, this is the first limited over cricket match which is going to played.
The 3-match ICC Super League series between England and Ireland will determine who qualifies for the 50-over World Cup in India in 2023. Lets us look at the what will be the probable playing 11 side for both the teams.
Match: England vs Ireland, 1st ODI
Date: 30th July 2020, 6:30 PM IST
Venue: Rose Bowl, Southampton
Probable Playing XI for England and Ireland
ENGLAND : The English squad will not feature Ben Stokes, Joe Root and Chris Woakes in today’s match against Ireland. The probable Playing XI for England in today’s match may be Eoin Morgan(C), Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow (W), James Vince, Tom Banton, Joe Denly, Moeen Ali, Tom Curran, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Saqib Mahmood.
IRELAND: For Ireland the probable Playing XI Paul Stirling, James McCollum, Andrew Balbirnie (C), William Porterfield, Gary Wilson (W), Kevin O Brien, Andrew McBrine, Barry McCarthy, George Dockrell, Josh Little, Boyd Rankin.
ENG vs IRE 1st ODI Prediction : 1st ODI Match Statistics
In the first match against Ireland, England will be resting few of its star players. Ben Stokes, Joe Root and Chris Woakes won’t feature in today’s squad for England. England will be going in the match with consecutive two test match wins against West Indies. The match will be first home one day international that England will be playing after the World Cup victory in 2019. Ireland on the other hand have not defeated England since its 2011 World Cup win against the English team. Going into the match it seems England have an advantage over the Irish team.
Taking the home condition in consideration and past record of both the teams, we predict England to win the match today against Ireland.