After a memorable series win in the Caribbean, the Proteas are now in the cold weather of Ireland. South Africa beat West Indies 2-0 in the Test series and lifted the T20 trophy 3-2. The Temba Bavuma-led limited-overs cricket team will now face Ireland in their own backyard. The Proteas' will play three ODIs and as many T20Is, as the Men from the African nation will be eyeing to further prepare themselves for the T20 World Cup, scheduled to take place later this year in the UAE. After beating Kieron Pollard-led Windies outfit comprehensively, South Africa will be riding high on confidence when they take on a lowly-ranked Ireland side.
Ireland vs South Africa T20I Full Schedule
1st ODI: Ireland vs South Africa on 11 July at 03:30 PM IST (No result)
2nd ODI: Ireland vs South Africa on 13 July at 03:30 PM IST
3rd ODI: Ireland vs South Africa on 16 July at 03:30 PM IST
1st T20I: Ireland vs South Africa on 19 July at 07:30 PM IST
2nd T20I: Ireland vs South Africa on 22 July at 07:30 PM IST
3rd T20I: Ireland vs South Africa on 24 July at 07:30 PM IST
Paul Stirling, William Porterfield, Andrew Balbirnie (c), Harry Tector, George Dockrell, Lorcan Tucker (wk), Mark Adair, Simi Singh, Andrew McBrine, Josh Little, Craig Young, Barry McCarthy, Mark Adair, Graeme McCarter, Curtis Campher
Aiden Markram, Janneman Malan, Temba Bavuma (c), Rassie Van der Dussen, Kyle Verreynne (wk), David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, Tabraiz Shamsi, Reeza Hendricks, George Linde, Dwaine Pretorius, Lizaad Williams, Bjorn Fortuin, Beuran Hendricks, Quinton De Kock, Heinrich Klaasen, Anrich Nortje
Where to watch the Ireland vs South Africa series online (live streaming)?
FanCode will provide the streaming for all the six games in India.
Where to get all the live updates of the match?
SportsTiger is a one-stop destination to get live score updates for the T20I series between Ireland & South Africa. The fans can download the SportsTiger application, which is available on Google Play Store and iOS App Store.
The first ODI between South Africa and Ireland was washed out
After rain played spoil-sport in the first ODI, the two teams will be hoping the rain gods stay away for the remaining five games, although the possibility of that is very low. South Africa won the toss and decided to let Ireland bat first. Ireland were 195/4 after 40.2 overs before rain decided to take over the proceedings. The game was officially called off after multiple inspections and showers, with both teams being awarded five CWCSL points.