Ireland vs UAE (2nd ODI)

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Ireland won 1st match by 85 runs with a brilliant knock by Porterfield. It’s been a while he was struggling with his form and this is the best way to find a form. Ireland put a score of 270 runs with some quick runs by Brien Brother and in response UAE got out on just 185 runs. Dockrell from Ireland took 3 wickets supported by Chase and Mcbrine who took 2-2 wickets. ED Joyce expected to play in 2nd match and may replace Balbirnie

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Zahoor Khan was the best performer from UAE, he picked up  6 wickets, Rohan Mustafa who showed all rounder performance picked up 1 wicket and made 43 runs  and Mohammad Naveed started really well with bowling  and took early two wickets of Ireland. The most talented and experienced player of UAE Shaiman Anwar did not perform but he could return to his form on Saturday where UAE will be needing his experience to win the match to equal the three match series with 1-1. Raza and Haider went very expensive in their spells with no success. Lots of will be expected from Anwar, Raza and Usman who failed to perform in the 1st match. M Qasim may get a chance to play who is expected to replace Rameez Shahzad

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Ireland Probable 11: Porterfield, Stirling, Balbirnie, Naill O’Brien (wk), Kevin O’Brien, Wilson, Thompson, Mcbrine, Dockrell, Young, Chase

UAE Probable 11: Mustafa, M. Naveed, Mufti, S. Anwar, R. Shahzad, M. Usman, G. Shabber (wk), Ahmed Raza, Amjad, Javed, Zahoor Khan, Imran Haider.

Possible Lineup: Naill O’Brien (wk), Anwar, Porterfield, Stirling, Mustafa, Kevin O’Brien, Naveed, Zahoor, Dockrell, Thompson, Raza.

CAP: Porterfield/Mustafa

VC: Kevin O’Brien/Anwar

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