AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI Dream11 Team Afghanistan Vs Ireland Third ODI Dream 11 Team Picks, Pitch Report, Probable Playing 11 And Match Overview , Despite being in control for major parts of the second ODI, Ireland failed to make that dominance count for anything meaningful. Whilst the country did more than enough to showcase its expertise as a cricketing country, the defeat was an epitome of the strides the country needs to continue making before it can challenge the best.
Propelled by a Paul Stirling century, Ireland managed to post a challenging target for the Afghanistan side. And with quick inroads into Afghanistan’s top order, the Ireland team found itself in control of the proceedings on the day.
It was from there on that things turned sour for the side as Afghanistan got their house to put Ireland’s challenge under the bed.
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Probable Winner
Ireland will put Afghanistan to the sword today as well but fail to bridge the gap between a defeat and win to be condemned to a series sweep.
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Pitch Conditions And Toss
The surface managed to hold its shape in the second part as well the last time around but nonetheless, the team winning the toss is bound to bat first today.
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Weather
Akin to the foregone matches, another sweltering day of heat awaits the players.
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Chasing Side’s Record
Won: 4 Lost: 5
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Average First Innings Score
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Probable Playing 11
Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Javed Ahmadi, Rahmat Shah, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Najibullah Zadran, Asghar Afghan, Mohammad Nabi, Gulbadin Naib, Rashid Khan, Naveen ul Haq, Mujeeb ur Rahman
Andrew Balbirnie, Paul Stirling, Harry Tector, Kevin O’Brien, Curtis Campher, Gareth Delany, Lorcan Tucker, Andy McBrine, Simi Singh, Barry McCarthy, Craig Young
Match Details – AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI
Four Match ODI Series
Match: Afghanistan Vs Ireland Third ODI
Date And Time: 26th January, Tuesday- 11:00am IST
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Stadium
He might not have gone on a rampage the last time around but Rahmanullah Gurbaz did more than enough to feature for us yet again after scoring 31 runs the last time around.
Lorcan Tucker was asked to depart early the last time around his explosive knock in the first ODI sees him retain his place in our team.
At a time when Afghanistan found themselves in a precarious situation, Rahmat Shah and Hashmatullah Shahidi came together to stable a rocking ship. Shahidi scored 82 on the day while Shah came up with a man of the match century to make the two our duo from the Asian side.
Ireland on the other side will as ever be represented by the imperious Paul Stirling after his electric century in the second ODI.
Although Mohammed Nabi has been far from his influential best this series, his expansive skill set is a well documented one.
A 47 run knock and a wicket to go with it as well sees Curtis Campher earn a place in our unit from the visiting side. He finds company in Simi Singh, a player who is steadfastly making a name for himself in Ireland’s cricketing fraternity.
His wicket the last time around now sees Rashid Khan with the four scalps in the series along with a 40 run innings.
At a time when Ireland were threatening to breach the 300 run mark, Naveen-ul Haq reined in the side. His four wicket scalp sees him as the leading wicket taker in the series with a sumptuous seven strikes.
Mujeeb-ur Rahman gave him pinch perfect company in the foregone tie with the three wickets of his own.
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Captain And Vice-Captain
Afghanistan Bat First: The series’ leading run getter, Stirling captains our side while Gurbaz is the vice-captain.
Ireland Bat First: The two batsmen will be snagged by us here as well.
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Dream11 Team
Gurbaz, Tucker, Stirling, Shah, Shahidi, Nabi, Singh, Campher, Naveen, Rashid, Mujeeb
AFG Vs IRE 3rd ODI – Dream11 Team Disclaimer
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