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Cricket Free Tips | IRE vs NZ, 2022: 3rd ODI

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IRE vs NZ Match Details

Match: Ireland vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI | New Zealand tour of Ireland

Date: Friday, 15 July 2022

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

Format: ODI

Venue: The Village, Dublin


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  • Ireland has only had one victory in their last 10 games played here, which will lower their confidence.
  • Since they have won nine of the last ten ODI matches, New Zealand should feel confident.
  • Paul Stirling and Andrew Balbirnie, Ireland’s openers, have combined for 16 runs in two games.

 

The last ODI between Ireland and New Zealand will be played on Friday at The Village in Malahide. The first two games of this intriguing series were won by New Zealand in two extremely close contests. With 1 ball left, the opening game was won by 1 wicket. In the second game on Tuesday, New Zealand triumphed by 3 wickets.  At 10:45 local time, the series’ third game begins.

In the end, Ireland’s inability to score runs at the top of their order lost them the victory on Tuesday. They don’t want to be heroic losers any longer, thus we anticipate them to give it their all in this ODI.

The fact that the visitors crossed the finish line in the second game of the series with 11.5 overs remaining will have made them happy. To provide a more complete performance, they will need their batters to score more runs.


IRE vs NZ Weather Report

This ODI was mostly gloomy with the occasional sun peeking through. 19 to 21 degrees will be the temperature.


IRE vs NZ Match Toss Prediction

On this type of surface, it helps to have a target score in mind. The team that wins the toss in this game must decide without hesitation to bowl first.


IRE vs NZ Pitch Report

The playing surface produced two terrific bat-and-ball matches. There were 17 dismissals on Tuesday, adding to the 19 wickets lost on Sunday. A par score of 300 is what we anticipate.


Ireland Team News & Probable Playing XIs

Ireland had had a really strong showing in the first two games, despite the fact that they lost the series. The host team has pushed New Zealand, one of the world’s most reliable white ball teams, all the way in both games. For the third match in a row, Ireland should start with the same starting lineup.

Recent form – L L W W L

Ireland’s Probable XI

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


New Zealand Team News & Probable Playing XIs

Prior to the second ODI, the Black Caps made two adjustments, with Mitchell Santner returning to the lineup after overcoming a sickness. Ish Sodhi and Lockie Ferguson dropped out, while Jacob Duffy, who was making his debut, replaced them in the starting XI.

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, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Jacob Duffy


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

Team Won Lost
Ireland 0 5
New Zealand 5 0

IRE vs NZ – 3rd ODI, Dream 11

Wicket-keeper

  • Tom Latham

Batters

  • Martin Guptill
  • Harry Tector
  • Finn Allen
  • Andy Balbirnie

All-Rounders

  • Micheal Bracewell (c)
  • George Dockrell
  • Curtis Campher

Bowlers

  • Matt Henry
  • Mark Adair (vc)
  • Jacob Duffy

IRE vs NZ – 3rd ODI, Dream 11


IRE vs NZ Prediction

Winning the toss

  • New Zealand

Top batsman

  • Ireland – Paul Stirling
  • New Zealand – Will Young

Top bowler

  • Ireland – Andy McBrine
  • New Zealand – Mitchell Santner

Most sixes

  • Ireland – Paul Stirling
  • New Zealand – Will Young

Player of the Match

  • New Zealand – Mitchell Santner

Team Scores Batting First

  • Ireland – 240+
  • New Zealand – 270+

New Zealand are the favourites to win this match.

 

It is unfortunate that this series will only go three games after the fantastic entertainment provided by these two teams in the first two games. The finest teams in the world can compete with Ireland, but New Zealand has that extra bit of talent. To end the series, we anticipate another victory for New Zealand.

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