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Cricket Free Tips | IRE vs NZ, 2022: 2nd ODI

IRE vs NZ 2nd ODI Prediction

IRE vs NZ Match Details

Match: Ireland vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI | New Zealand tour of Ireland

Date: Tuesday, 12 July 2022

Time: 15:15 (GMT+5.5) / 15:45 (GMT+6)

Format: ODI

Venue: The Village, Dublin


IRE vs NZ Preview

  • The fact that New Zealand has defeated Ireland in all five of its one-day international matches will boost their confidence.
  • In the most recent game, New Zealand’s bottom middle-order showed good form, strengthening their batting.
  • Ireland’s weakness against a powerful batting lineup is its lack of depth in the bowling department.

 

On Tuesday, The Village in Malahide will host the second One Day International in the three-match series between Ireland and New Zealand. The first game was a true classic that came down to the last ball and one wicket before the visitors prevailed. As a result, there is a lot of excitement for the second game around the world. Tuesday morning at 10:45 local time, this ODI begins.

It will be intriguing to see how Ireland responds in this game after coming so close to defeating New Zealand in the ODI on Sunday. They will either be inspired by the performance and step up their game, or they will be shocked that they lost.

New Zealand remains one of the world’s top white-ball teams, and they have the depth to back it up. On Tuesday, they’ll be anxious to cross the finish line as quickly as possible.


IRE vs NZ Weather Report

On July 12, we anticipate cloudy weather in Dublin, and wet conditions could cause delays in the game.


IRE vs NZ Match Toss Prediction

Large scores have been recorded in the last five ODI matches. The team that wins the toss will likely choose to bowl first because the weather is predicted to be challenging for this game.


IRE vs NZ Pitch Report

As quick bowlers will get a chance to move the ball and make it difficult to score runs, the batting conditions will be more difficult than they were in the previous game. In these circumstances, the team batting first would be content with 280 runs or more on the scoreboard.


Ireland Team News & Probable Playing XIs

On Sunday, the host team put on a very impressive performance on the field and came very near to achieving what would have been their most illustrious victory on Irish soil. Simi Singh bowled 10 efficient overs despite being the only player without a wicket. In this ODI, we anticipate seeing the same starting lineup.

Recent form –  L W W L W

Ireland’s Probable XI

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


New Zealand Team News & Probable Playing XIs

Even though Blair Tickner gave up 71 runs and claimed 2 wickets, we anticipate seeing the same starting lineup from New Zealand in this second ODI. Only Michael Bracewell, who later won the game with his bat, failed to pick up a wicket out of the six bowlers deployed.

Recent form – W W W W W

New Zealand Probable XI

Tom Latham (c) (wk), Finn Allen, Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Will Young, Michael Bracewell, Glenn Phillips, Lockie Ferguson, Ish Sodhi, Blair Tickner, Matt Henry


IRE vs NZ Head-to-Head Stats (Last 5 matches)

Team Won Lost
Ireland 0 5
New Zealand 5 0

IRE vs NZ – 2nd ODI, Dream 11

Wicket-keeper

  • Lorcan Tucker

Batters

  • Martin Guptill (c) 
  • Glenn Phillips  
  • Harry Tector

All-Rounders

Bowlers

  • Mark Adair 
  • Lockie Ferguson 
  • Ish Sodhi
  • Blair Tickner

IRE vs NZ 2nd ODI Prediction - Dream 11


IRE vs NZ Prediction

Winning the toss

  • New Zealand

Top batsman

  • Ireland – Harry Tector 
  • New Zealand – Martin Guptill

Top bowler

  • Ireland – Mark Adair 
  • New Zealand – Lockie Ferguson

Most sixes

  • Ireland – Harry Tector
  • New Zealand – Martin Guptill

Player of the Match

  • New Zealand – Martin Guptill

Team Scores Batting First

  • Ireland – 240+
  • New Zealand – 270+

New Zealand is the favourite to win this match.

 

Everyone predicted that Ireland would give New Zealand a few scares, but none thought they would enter the game’s final over as clear favourites to win the series’ first game. They could not cross the finish line, and we believe that was a crucial decision for the rest of the season. We expect New Zealand to triumph once more.

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