PAK vs IRE: Rain Expected in Dublin ahead of third T20I

PAK vs IRE: Rain Expected in Dublin ahead of third T20I

In the three matches T20I series between PAK vs IRE, the final match will be played today at Clontarf Cricket Club. Both Pakistan and Ireland are ready to give their best to name the series.


Ireland won the first game of the series and this win marks their first T20I victory against Pakistan. However, the Boys in Green named the second victory by seven wickets.

Both Teams are ready for a faceoff, But there are chances of rain in Dublin, and this can end the series with no result. According to the BBC weather forecast, light rains, and wind are expected from 8:00 AM which can spoil the final clash of the series.

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The game is scheduled to begin at 3:00 PM local time, and there will likely be a moderate breeze and light rain. The clouds will keep covering the sky, so even though the rain is probably going to cease eventually, it might come back in the second inning.

It’s important to note that the third T20I is crucial for both teams because the T20 World Cup 2024 is quickly approaching. After departing Ireland, Pakistan will play a four-match series against England, and a victory tomorrow will give them much-needed confidence.

Recall that Pakistan struggled early in the chase in the second Twenty20 International, losing captain Babar Azam (0) and batsman Saim Ayub (6). However, Fakhar and Rizwan teamed up to create a massive alliance. this partnership also broke the previous record of 105 runs between Haider Ali and Mohammad Rizwan.

Rizwan was exceptional on the day he took command of the team single-handedly, was not out on 75 runs, he hit four sixes and as many fours.

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Furthermore, Ireland posted a big target of 193 runs on the loss of 7 wickets after the loss at the toss, this total was also their biggest runs against the Pakistan Cricket Team.

Pakistan on doing the bowl first, and the pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi picked up two early wickets. He dismissed Paul Stirling (16) and Andy Balbirnie (11).

But Harry Tector and Lorcan Tucker recovered for Ireland with a 62-run partnership. Tector was the best batter for the home side, scoring 51 off 34 balls while Tucker made 32 off 28 balls.

Abbas Afridi took two wickets for 33 runs while Naseem Shah picked a wicket for 36 runs.



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