The white-ball rendezvous between Ireland and Zimbabwe has reached the one-day leg, with all three games set to be hosted by the Civil Service Cricket Club in Belfast on Wednesday. Andrew Balbirnie and his troops clinched the T20I series 3-2 and would be eyeing a double whammy as they gear up for the 50-over format. The two cricketing nations have locked horns against each other on a total of 13 occasions, wherein both of them have an equal number of wins while a match concluded in a tie.
🎥: TRAINING DAY
We’ve finished our last training session before the start of the World Cup Super League series against @ZimCricketv.
The following thread is how you can follow the series…
— Cricket Ireland (@cricketireland) September 7, 2021