England vs Ireland, 2nd ODI
After a dominant win in the first match of the series, England face Ireland again in game two of their three-ODI series, which is also part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League. The match takes place at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton, on August 1 and is scheduled to start at 14:00 local time.
England won the first match of the series by six wickets, despite being without several of their World Cup winners – who are in the test squad instead. David Willey took 5-30 as he helped bowl Ireland out for just 172 last time out, before Sam Billings (67*) and Irish-born England captain Eoin Morgan got the hosts over the line with a good partnership.
It could have been worse for Ireland, who were 28/5 at one point, but debutant Curtis Campher hit an unbeaten half-century to at least give the bowlers something to bowl at. Ireland have a near-full-strength squad but William Porterfield and Boyd Rankin were notable absentees in a younger team first up.
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England won the toss and elected to bowl first last time out, though it would be a risk if Ireland copied those tactics this time.
There is a small chance of showers in the afternoon but it is only brief and, indeed, it should be completely clear by the evening.
The Ageas Bowl is generally a good place for batting, despite how the first game went.
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