Ireland vs South Africa 3rd ODI Match Prediction

Ireland vs South Africa 3rd ODI Match Prediction and Match Preview Team News Playing 11 odds tips from experts?

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Ireland vs South Africa 3rd ODI Match Prediction.Ireland indeed showed why their group should be regarded more by the global groups or simply in the worldwide circuit. South Africa was discovered resting in one more day of brilliance as Ireland started to lead the pack in the series, beating the guests by an edge of 43 runs.

South Africa’s bowling was a gnawed off-shading and the Irish’s batting was more than sufficient to unite their situation in the match, as they got an aggregate of 290. There are obvious indicators that the Proteas’ batting, particularly their center request needs to move forward and show some class. More than anything, the Proteas should go to bat for pride in this match on July sixteenth.

Match Details

Match – Ireland vs South Africa, 3rd ODI

Venue – The Village, Dublin

Time – 03:15 PM IST, 9:45 AM GMT

Where to watch live – Fancode

Weather Report

The temperature is expected to hover around 21°C on the matchday with 64 % humidity and 10 km/hr wind speed. There are no chances of precipitation during the game..

Pitch Report

The wicket in Dublin is respectable enough for setting up great sums on the board, as the Irish group did in the last match. There may be a touch of turn on this surface however nothing should stress the batsmen.

Avg score:  275 (18 ODIs in Dublin)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 9, Lost – 6, N/R – 3

Ireland vs South Africa Playing 11

Ireland Playing 11

Andrew Balbirnie (c), Paul Stirling, Andy McBrine, Harry Tector, George Dockrell, Curtis Campher, Lorcan Tucker (wk), Simi Singh, Mark Adair, Craig Young, Joshua Little

South Africa Playing 11

Aiden Markram, Janneman Malan, Temba Bavuma (c), Rassie van der Dussen, Kyle Verreynne (wk), David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Tabraiz Shamsi

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IRE vs SA Head-to-Head


Played – 7 | Ireland – 1 | South Africa – 5 | N/R – 1

In Ireland

Played – 3 | Ireland – 1 | South Africa – 1 | N/R – 1

Ireland vs South Africa Playing 11 key Players

Andy Balbirnie– Ireland

Andy Balbirnie has changed his batting in restricted overs cricket as of late by scoring some truly important runs for his group. His structure can’t be questioned the slightest bit as he is coming into this match following a century, his seventh. Ireland would require one all the more great batting exertion from him to seal the series against the strong Proteas.

Kagiso Rabada– South Africa

There are sure players who play by the size of the stage. Kagiso Rabada is one such player. Given the circumstance that the Proteas group are in, Rabada is somebody who can pull them up. He has effectively taken three scalps in two matches in this series, yet one would feel that a game dominating exertion is around the bend.

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Ireland vs South Africa Team News


  • Ireland put in a superb execution to stun South Africa and take triumph in the second ODI between the different sides after the primary match was abridged by the climate, allowing themselves the opportunity to seal a noteworthy series triumph in this game.
  • A wonderful century from chief Andrew Balbirnie at the highest point of the request saw Ireland finish on 290/5 preceding an exceptional all-around appearing with the ball saw South Africa bowled out for 247, with each of the six Irish bowlers used getting up one wicket.
  • After such a success, it would be an astonishment if Ireland changed their side for the last ODI of the series, subsequently opening player William Porterfield is probably going to pass up the second match in succession.


  • South Africa face the possibility of what might be viewed as a profoundly humiliating series rout except if they can reestablish some pride with triumph in this third ODI, in spite of the fact that they should be vastly improved no matter how you look at it in the wake of being outflanked with both bat and ball by Ireland last break.
  • Resting star wicketkeeper hitter Quinton de Kock for the subsequent straight match has obviously cost the Proteas and with the series at risk for being lost, it is exceptionally expected that the in-structure 28-year-old will show up of the visit here.
  • While quick bowler Anrich Nortje came into the group for the second ODI, this prompted Lungi Ngidi being refreshed, another problematic choice and skipper Temba Bavuma likely could be thinking about dropping one his two beginning twist bowlers in Tabraiz Shamsi or Keshav Maharaj to fit both Nortje and Ngidi in a similar group.

Ireland vs South Africa Match Tips