The schedule for the 3-match ODI series between the West Indies and Ireland has been revised, with both committees confirming the changes on Tuesday.
The second game will be played on Thursday 13th January and the final game will be played at Sabina Park on Sunday 16th January. The need for a change has emerged after five positive cases and injuries in the Irish camp.
“The rescheduling comes after five positive cases of COVID-19 and injuries at the Irish camp caused the team to run out before the 2nd CG Insurance ODI scheduled for Tuesday, January 11.“
“As a result, the one-time CG Insurance T20 International has been cancelled to allow for this revised schedule and avoid any impact on the team’s travel plans and subsequent schedules,” read the statement from CWI.
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The Windies led 1-0 in their first ODI on Saturday. Shamarh Brooks won the Player of the Match award for his 89-ball 93, which included nine fours and three maximums.
Revised schedule for West Indies vs Ireland ODI series:
Thursday 13 January: 2nd CG Insurance ODI (9:30am local time, 2:30pm Ireland)
Sunday 16 January: 3rd CG Insurance ODI (9:30am local time, 2:30pm Ireland)