Ireland play series based on T20 and ODI matches in West Indies next year. The schedule for the upcoming series is announced. On 3rd January Ireland play their first practice match opponents yet to be announced. The first ODI of the series played on 7th January 2020.
|3rd January 2020||Practice Match||Three Ws Oval||12:00 AM (GMT)|
|7th January 2020||1st ODI||Kensington Oval||5 :00 PM (GMT)|
|9th January 2020||2nd ODI||Kensington Oval||5:00 PM (GMT)|
|12th January 2020||3rd ODI||National Cricket Stadium||1:30 PM (GMT)|
|15th January 2020||1st T20||National Cricket Stadium||5:00 PM (GMT)|
|18th January 2020||2nd T20||Warner Park||10:00 PM (GMT)|
|19th January 2020||3rd T20||Warner Park||10:00 PM (GMT)|
Ireland face West Indies for three ODI’s and three T20 matches in January first month. Graham Ford lead the Irish in both format’s. All six matches played in different venues. Currently Ireland ranked 14 in T20 and 12th In ODI rankings.
It’s the best chance for them to improve their standings. West Indies led by skipper (Kieron Pollard) who improved his batting skill’s. Hopeful to win the home series against Ireland. Jason Holder, Carlos Brathwaite and Kemar Roach key players to watch in the series for West Indies.