After the huge win against England now Pakistan is all set to play two one-day matches against Ireland in Dublin. Both these teams have great rivalry since 2007 world cup were Pakistan was defeated by Ireland and it was a reason behind the Pakistan Exit from 2007 world cup. And after that, both these teams had matches where Pakistan won some matches and Ireland also manage to tie one match against them. And in the last match against Ireland in 2015 world cup Pakistan was victorious side. Pakistan vs Ireland 2016 Match Prediction, Preview and complete team analysis given below.
Pakistan team won their first ODI game against Ireland with huge margin and team will look repeat in the 2nd ODI match also.
This two one-day match series which gonna be played at the same venue The Village, Dublin, this match is going to be broadcast on PTV in Pakistan and on Sky Sports in Ireland at 3:15 PM 09:45 AM GMT / 10:45 AM LOCAL
|18th August 2016||Ireland vs Pakistan||3:15 PM 09:45 AM GMT / 10:45 AM LOCAL|
|20th August 2016||Ireland vs Pakistan||3:15 PM 09:45 AM GMT / 10:45 AM LOC|
Venue – The Village, Dublin
Ireland team led by William Porterfield over the five years and under his captaincy Ireland defeated big teams like West Indies, England etc and recently they defeated West Indies in World Cup and they placed themselves easily in the Test championship.
Now Pakistan is flying high the way they defeated England. So it will be positive points for Pakistan against Ireland. And Ireland will look to win the series in front of their home crowd.
Pakistan vs Ireland Match Prediction Who Will Win 1st ODI
Pakistan Is going to win this match because they have in form player at their side and they having good confidence because in the last encounter between these two teams Pakistan Was the winning team. Ireland also one of the weak teams in cricket so Pakistan can easily overshadow Ireland. And in recent ODI Ireland lost aginst Sri Lanka with a huge margin.
Azhar Ali(c), Babar Azam, Hasan Ali, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Rizwan, Sami Aslam, Sarfraz Ahmed, Sharjeel Khan, Shoaib Malik, Umar Gul, Wahab Riaz, Yasir Shah
William Porterfield(c), John Anderson, Peter Chase, Ed Joyce, Tim Murtagh, Andy McBrine, Barry McCarthy, Kevin O’Brien, Niall O’Brien, Stuart Poynter, Boyd Rankin, Paul Stirling, Gary Wilson,Craig Young