Australia to play an One Day International in Ireland

Shashi / 22 October 2014

The Australian cricket team will travel to Belfast, Ireland to play one ODI against the hosts on 27th August, 2015. As there is Ashes tour of England next year Cricket Australia (CA) has billeted this short tour. Ireland will also host England (8th May) for a One Day International and the ICC World Twenty-20 qualifiers (together with Scotland) in the same season.

Ireland is currently on a preliminary tour of New Zealand for the biggest tournament between countries, ICC Cricket World Cup. But regrettably their current game against the hosts was cancelled due to rain. After that Ireland moved to Christchurch, where they played Canterbury. The Irish team agonized heavy conquer (They lost by 117 runs). The tour will end with their last match against Otago on 23rd October.  The experience of this current tour of New Zealand will help Kevin O’Brien and co. extremely when they will play in the ICC Cricket World Cup.

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