The ODI between the USA and Ireland, set to take place on December 28 in Florida, has been pushed back again by a day due to a “small number of new positive COVID cases” among the players and support staff. The rest of the players and support staff have undergone their respective antigen tests and returned negative. As per Cricbuzz, If both camps complete another round of negative testing on December 29, the series will take place as per the amended scheduled dates of 29 December and 30 December.
USA Cricket and Cricket Ireland have agreed on a 24-hour postponement of the opening one-day international of the Dafabet USA v Ireland Men’s International Series after new COVID issues.https://t.co/RyG9LYL78c#USAvIRE pic.twitter.com/TrEKQxnqdn
— Cricket World (@Cricket_World) December 28, 2021