Scotland A touring Ireland has got off to a great start to their unofficial ODI series. The visitors have depleted the host in their home in the 2nd official ODI that was played at Wicklow. Scotland A defeated them by 25 runs. It will be a hectic series for Scotland A as they need to play the 3rd ODI and the 2nd one in 24 hrs. Ireland A looked strong throughout the match but they lost out of the concentration which took the match away from Ireland. It was a close encounter and the 3rd ODI is expected to go neck to neck in between both the teams.
Ireland Wolves v Scotland A (3rd ODI Match)
06 June 2019
SCO – 1
IRE – 0
No Result – 1
Scotland – Craig Wallace, Tom Bradburn, Dylan Budge, Scott Cameron, Michael English, Callum Garden, Chris Greaves, Oliver Hairs, Michael Leask, Gavin Main, Chris McBride, Chris McBride, George Munsey, Adrian Neill, Hamza Tahir.
Ireland – Harry Tector (C), Ross Allen, Peter Chase, Gareth Delany, Stephen Doheny, Shane Getkate, Fionn Hand, Tyrone Kane, Graham Kennedy, James McCollum, Jack Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Craig Young.
Ireland A – Harry Tector (C), Tyrone Kane, Graham Kennedy, Peter Chase, Gareth Delany, Shane Getkate, James McCollum, Jack Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Craig Young
Scotland A – M Leask, W McCreath, OJ Hairs, M English, D Budge (c), C Wallace, C Garden, S Cameron, GT Main, A Neil, Hamza Tahir
D Budge will be the key player for Scotland. He scored a brilliant ton against Ireland in the 2nd ODI match.
C Wallace is expected to blast off in the upcoming encounter who is currently one of the most experienced players in this side.
A Niel and S Cameron will lead the bowling attack for Scotland.
G Main will be the key to the wickets of Ireland. He bowled extremely well and took 3 wickets in the 2nd ODI.
C Young turned out to be extremely cheap in the 2nd ODI. As he took 5 wickets at an expense of 36 runs in 9 overs.
T Kane might be shifted up the order after providing brilliant support in the lower middle order with the bat.
James McCollum alongside his opening partner J Tector will look to expose the voids in the bowling of Scotland A.