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2nd ODI, Nottingham, September 23, 2023, 03:30 PM


England beat Ireland by 48 runs

Best Batsmen
Best Bowler
Man of the Match
Will Jacks
Right then, that is it from this 2nd ODI where England has registered a dominating win over the Irish and took the lead in the series. However, it is all to play for in the 3rd ODI as the hosts will want to seal the series while the visitors still have a chance to end it on level terms as the first game was washed out. The third ODI will be played on 26th September, Tuesday at 5 pm IST (11.30 am GMT), but as you know you can join us early for all the build-up to that game. Until then, cheers and goodbye!
England's captain Zak Crawley says that they had a couple of standout performances with the bat and the ball and also mentions that they were about par. He adds that they got a good score and were brave in the bowling department. He is really impressed with the way George Scrimshaw bounced back. He also credits the spinners as they bowled well. Ends by saying that it was good to give the debutants some experience.
Irish skipper Paul Stirling says that they just couldn't turn up in the first half hour. Mentions that the wicket was not that tough and feels that 330 was a par score. Shares that the energy levels should be up in the next game. Reckons that they were on top for a few moments. Ends by saying that George Dockrell had a good game with both bat and ball.
Will Jacks is the Player of the Match for his brilliant knock of 94 runs from 88 balls. He says that they got off to a great start. Adds that once Ireland found their lengths, it was much harder to bat. Mentions that he looked to find the flow of the 50-over format. Reckons it is important to figure out the tempo. Shares that it is good to score runs and put the name forward.
Earlier in the game, after being forced to bat first, England posted a massive total on the board courtesy of a brilliant 94 from Will Jacks and a stunning 89 from Sam Hain on debut. Some good contributions from Ben Duckett and Brydon Carse also helped them reach that score. For Ireland, George Dockrell was the best bowler with three wickets while Craig Young got two scalps to his name. Joshua Little, Mark Adair, and Barry McCarthy chipped in with one each. While chasing, the Irish were in the game but once the openers were dismissed, it all went downhill. There were a few decent knocks in the middle and lower order but that was never really going to be enough here.
England, on the other hand, was really good with the ball and their catching was on point too. George Scrimshaw had a horror start to his ODI career as he bowled a few too many No Balls, but it was him who drew first blood when he nicked Andy Balbirnie, and they never really looked back since. Matthew Potts followed it up with a ripper to get rid of Paul Stirling. Scrimshaw got another one shortly after that. However, it was the Rehan Ahmed show in the middle overs as he spun a web around the Irish batters and picked up a four-for where every wicket was on a googly. Tom Hartley also bowled economically without getting a wicket. Brydon Carse picked up one as well while Scrimshaw sealed the win for them.
Ireland got off to a decent start with both Paul Stirling and Andy Balbirnie playing some good shots but the momentum shifted completely in the space of two balls as they lost both the openers. They just couldn't build any big partnerships and kept losing wickets at regular intervals which put them even more on the backfoot. Harry Tector and George Dockrell were the only batters who looked in good touch but couldn't hang around for long as they departed for 39 and 43 respectively. Barry McCarthy also scored a few runs but it was the fight that Joshua Little and Craig Young showed was something to be proud of, ultimately they fell short by 48 runs.
A good fightback from Ireland, but it just wasn't meant to be as England went 1-0 up in the series. They have managed to get a good win with a very young side and the future looks bright for them.
In over# 47
George Scrimshaw 66/3(8.4)
OUT! CAUGHT! THAT'S IT! George Scrimshaw finishes with three wickets! Bowls it in the slot, on middle and leg, Joshua Little backs away and targets the straight fence again. Gets it off the bottom part of the bat and holes out to Brydon Carse at long on who does the resy. England win by 48 runs!
WIDE! Errs in line and sprays it down leg. Wide called by the umpire.
FOUR! Width offered and Joshua Little accepts it gleefully! Shortish delivery, wide outside off, Joshua Little slaps it over extra cover and picks up another boundary.
Short delivery, at the batter, Craig Young helps it behind square on the leg side for a single.
Short of a length, near the tramline on off, Craig Young swings through the line but does not connect.
In over# 46
Matthew Potts 47/2(7)
Directs a short delivery at the chest, Joshua Little gives himself room to guide it fine but misses.
SIX! BANG! Powered down the ground! In the slot, angling in, on middle and leg, Joshua Little stays deep in his crease and whacks it wide of long on for a maximum.
In the slot, outside off, Joshua Little stays leg side of the ball and swings through the line but misses.
WIDE! Goes short but down leg, Joshua Little lets it go for a wide.

ENG vs IRE Match Detail:

Match: England vs Ireland

Date: 23 September 2023.

Time: 3:00 PM.

League: Ireland tour of England ODI Series, 2023

Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham

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England and Ireland will meet in the second match of their three-ODI series at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on September 23, 2023. The first match of the series was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain.

England will be looking to bounce back from the disappointment of the washout and take a lead in the series. They have a strong squad at their disposal, with a mix of experienced players and exciting youngsters. Zak Crawley will lead the side in the absence of regular skipper Jos Buttler, who is rested for the series.

Ireland will be hoping to build on their recent success against England. They defeated England in a T20I match at the T20 World Cup last year, and they will be keen to register their first ODI win over England since 2011.

England’s strengths and weaknesses

England’s strengths lie in their batting and bowling. They have a deep batting lineup, with experienced players like Crawley, Jonny Bairstow, and Jason Roy, as well as talented youngsters like Harry Brook and Phil Salt. Their bowling attack is also strong, with a mix of pace and spin.

However, England have been inconsistent in recent times. They lost a Test series against India earlier this year, and they were also eliminated from the T20 World Cup in the group stage. They will need to be at their best if they want to beat Ireland in the second ODI.

Ireland’s strengths and weaknesses

Ireland’s strengths lie in their batting and fielding. They have a number of experienced batsmen in their lineup, including Paul Stirling, Andy Balbirnie, and Harry Tector. They also have a good fielding unit, which is led by Harry Brook.

However, Ireland’s bowling attack is not as strong as England’s. They do not have any world-class bowlers, and they will need to rely on a collective effort to take wickets.

Trent Bridge, Nottingham Pitch Report

The pitch at Trent Bridge is expected to be a good batting pitch. The pacers might get some help in the early stages of the match, but the batters are expected to dominate the proceedings.

The weather forecast for Nottingham on September 23 is mostly sunny, with a high of 21 degrees Celsius. There is a slight chance of rain in the afternoon, but it is unlikely to affect the match.

Here ENG vs IRE Team Squads

England Squad:

Ben Duckett, Zak Crawley(c), Philip Salt(w), Sam Hain, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Will Jacks, Brydon Carse, Rehan Ahmed, Luke Wood, Tom Hartley, Matthew Potts, George Scrimshaw, Jamie Smith

Ireland Squad:

Paul Stirling(c), Andrew Balbirnie, Lorcan Tucker(w), Harry Tector, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Curtis Campher, Craig Young, Andy McBrine, Barry McCarthy, Joshua Little, Mark Adair, Theo van Woerkom, Neil Rock, Graham Hume

Frequent Asked Questions For England vs Ireland 2nd ODI Live Scorecard?

Q. Which team will play today’s match?

Ans. England and Ireland will play today.

Q. Where will today’s ENG vs IRE 2nd ODI be played?

Ans. The venue for the 2nd ODI International between England and Ireland is Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

Q. Where can I watch live or stream the match?

Ans. Fan code will be showing the Today match between England and Ireland live on Channel.

Q. What time does the ENG vs IRE 2nd ODI start?

Ans. 3:00 PM.

Q. Which TV channels will telecast the ENG vs IRE cricket match live in England?

Ans. The England vs Ireland 2nd ODI will be telecast live on Fan code with English commentary, while Fan code Hindi will telecast it live in the Hindi language.

Q. How to live to stream the England v Ireland 2nd ODI in England?

Ans. The live streaming of the England vs Ireland 2nd ODI will be available on fan code VIP in five languages.

Q. What time does the ENG vs IRE 2nd ODI match start?

Ans. The 2nd ODI between the England cricket team and the Ireland cricket team will begin at 3:00 PM.

Q. Which team will hit more sixes in the ENG vs IRE 2nd ODI?

Ans. England will hit more sixes in this match.

Q. What is our toss prediction of the England vs Ireland Match?

Ans. Ireland is our toss winner.

Q. How many sixes will be hit in today’s ENG vs IRE match?

Ans. 7+ Sixes will be hit in the 2nd ODI.

Q. Which team makes the highest score in the first 7 overs of the 2nd ODI?

Ans. England will make the highest score in the first 7 overs.

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