Bangladesh plays Ireland win the 3rd match of the Tri-Nation Series at Dublin on May 9, 2019.
Ireland is hosting Bangladesh and West Indies for a tri-nation series that started on May 5, 2019. Bangladesh and West Indies will be in the United Kingdom for the ICC Cricket World Cup later this summer and the tri-series would act as a preparation for the big tournament. The first match was played between Ireland and West Indies at the Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin on May 5, 2019.
GTV live streaming details
Watch Walton ODI Tri-Series 2019
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— Bangladesh Cricket (@BCBtigers) May 5, 2019
Gazi TV (GTV) will broadcast the matches of the tri-series live in Bangladesh. BT Sport will telecast the matches in the United Kingdom while ESPN Caribbean will provide the television coverage in the Caribbean Islands. In India, Sony Six will broadcast the matches. The live streaming will be available on the official youtube channel of Gazi TV, “Rabbitholebd”.
Format & Schedule
Bangladesh vs @Irelandcricket,
— Bangladesh Cricket (@BCBtigers) May 9, 2019
All the three teams will play four matches each in a double round-robin format, which means each side will play the other two sides twice during the course of the tournament’s league stage.
The top two ranked sides will contest in the final which will be played on May 17 at the Village in Dublin. Four matches will be played at the Village, including the final while Clontarf Cricket Club Ground will host the other three matches. All the matches will start at 9:45 AM GMT, 2:45 PM BST.
— Bangladesh Cricket (@BCBtigers) May 7, 2019
West Indies have named a fairly inexperienced side as the board thinks it will be wiser to rest key players, most of whom have been playing in IPL. Jason Holder will lead the team as usual but Chris Gayle, Andre Russell, and Shimron Hetymer remain the notable absentees. Shannon Gabriel and Shane Dowrich play along with Sunil Ambris, Raymond Reifer and Jonathan Carter.
Ireland has brought back Gary Wilson into the ODI squad while Joshua Little, who impressed in the one-off ODI against England retains his spot.
Bangladesh has no surprises in the squad as they have held to the same side as they have for the ICC World Cup.