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After another T20 arrangement white-wash in Dehradun, Afghanistan presently take on an injured, Irish side in the first ODI set to happen on 28th February in Dehradun. While Afghanistan will anticipate the ODI arrangement as they have to raise the stakes in their arrangements for the up and coming World Cup in England, the Irish would need to get payback subsequent to winding up on the wrong side of a Rashid Khan unique.

With the jury still out on whether the World Cup ought to be restricted to only ten countries, this is a brilliant possibility for Ireland to demonstrate their qualifications and increase the value of the case to the detriment of the resurgent Afghans.


A couple of new faces were named in the squad by Afghanistan despite the fact that they ought to vigorously depend on any semblance of Mohammed Nabi, Rashid Khan and Mujeeb ur Rahman. They have a world-class turn assault alongside Aftab Alam, who did well in the Asia Cup a year ago.

Everyone’s eyes will be on Hazratullah Zazai, after his virtuoso execution in the second T20-I. Close by Mohammad Shahzad, he is an essential gear-tooth in their batting with a huge number of all-rounders in the blend also.


William Porterfield comes back to lead the Ireland side in the ODI arrangement, which liberates Kevin O’Brien to play in his favored position. Stuart Poynter should keep wickets for the Irish with any semblance of Simi Singh and James McCollum in the blend too.

Tim Murtagh and Barry McCarthy should shape the pace assault, close by Boyd Rankin while George Dockrell is set to play as the solitary spinner.

Wicket-attendant: Mohammed Shahzad is back for Afghanistan, subsequent to being forgotten for the T20 arrangement. With the brawny wicket-manager among the best in the business inside the powerplay overs, he is must have player in the dream group.

Batsmen: Paul Stirling and Rahmat Shah are the lynchpins of their separate batting units, making them trustworthy choices for the dream group. Hazratullah Zazai’s outstanding T20-I arrangement ought to likewise hold him in great stead. Andy Balbirnie is likewise among the probables after a not too bad excursion in the third T20.

All-rounders: Mohammed Nabi and Kevin O’Brien are houshold names and are synonymous with their particular nations’ prosperity. Alongside Simi Singh, them two are incredible choices to have with their inside and out capacities beyond any doubt to become an integral factor over the span of the match.

Bowlers: Rashid Khan and Mujeeb ur Rahman are absolute necessities in the dream group with their varieties bound to get them several wickets. Two of Boyd Rankin, Tim Murtagh and George Dockrell could likewise turn out to be worth-while choices.

Skipper: Mohammed Nabi was the star in the as of late finished up T20-I arrangement with splendid exhibitions with bat and ball. By and by, he is the favored decision for captaincy alongside any semblance of Rahmat Shah, Mohammed Shahzad and Paul Stirling.

On paper, it resembled an even challenge between two partner countries playing in a nonpartisan scene, yet Afghanistan appeared and how. In the three-coordinate T20I arrangement among Afghanistan and Ireland, the previous cleared the arrangement 3-0 and riding high on certainty as they enter the ODI arrangement. Ireland then again will be edgy to make a rebound to the arrangement so as to increase some force before the World Cup. For Afghanistan, the World Cup will presently be their greatest test yet to make an impression in the cricketing scene and will quick to waste no time at the earliest opportunity. In the first of the five-coordinate arrangement, Afghanistan will confront Ireland at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Dehradun on Thursday, February 28. How about we investigate the plausible playing XI for both the groups before we list our best five Fantasy Cricket picks for Afghanistan versus Ireland first ODI:

Updated: February 28, 2019 — 6:28 am