NZ Vs IRE 3rd T20I Dream 11 Prediction, Pitch Report, Playing XI, Fantasy League Playing 11

NZ Vs IRE 3rd T20I Dream 11 Prediction
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In the third and final T20 match of the three-match series between New Zealand and Ireland, the two teams are all set to fight it out at the Civil Service Cricket Club in Belfast on Wednesday.

The host team Ireland gave a tough fight to visitors in the first T20I but failed miserably in the second one, losing the match by 88 runs and eventually the series. The Blackcaps are ahead by 2-0.

Ireland has not won a single match in the tour and will hope to end it by getting a win.

Let’s dive into the NZ Vs IRE 2nd T20 Dream 11 Prediction, Dream11 Team Today, ICC Fantasy League, and match detail to learn more details below.

Match Details:

Match – 3 of 3 @ 8:30 PM IST

Venue – Civil Service Cricket Club, Belfast

Where to watch live:

The game between New Zealand versus Ireland will be available to watch on the FanCode app in India.

You can track live updates on the Stumps and Bails website as well.

New Players Availability:

The teams will play to their full potential.

Pitch Report:

The pitch has a reputation for supporting the batters. At this venue, the par score is 150. The captain who wins the toss prefers to bowl first.

NZ Vs IRE Probable Playing XIs:

New Zealand XI

Martin Guptill, Michael Bracewell, Dane Cleaver (wk), Glenn Phillips, Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Mitchell Santner ©, Lockie Ferguson, Adam Milne, Ish Sodhi, Blair Tickner

Ireland XI

Paul Stirling, Andy Balbirnie (c), Gareth Delany, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker (wk), Curtis Campher, George Dockrell, Andy McBrine, Mark Adair, Josh Little, Craig Young

Power Play scores:

Opening players from New Zealand are known for playing destructive shots and long knocks. We estimate that on the first powerplay, there will be 45–55 runs on the board based on their recent performance.

Ireland has played two strong contenders in the past month, India and New Zealand. However, they failed to show the same magic on Wednesday and lost the game by 88 runs. The hosts might post 40-45 in the first six overs.

Death Over scores:

Given that they do have some strong batters who have the potential to change the course of the game with their destructive batting, we should anticipate New Zealand to score 40–45 runs in the final few overs.

Ireland, on the other hand, must remain composed and persistent at the bowling position to counter the New Zealanders’ bowling. In the final few overs, the hosts might still score 35 to 40 runs.

Overall scores:

In 20 overs, New Zealand might score 170-180 runs. If Ireland bats first, they could score somewhere between 140 and 150 runs.

Who will win Today’s match between NZ Vs IRE?

Newzealand has completely dominated the tour. Be it Tests, ODI or T20Is, they have outplayed Ireland in all formats. We have seen some good performances from their experienced players but none of them could stretch it to a victory.

The black caps will be confident of another win and they are certainly the favorites to win the final match of the already won series. 

NZ Vs IRE Fantasy League Playing 11

Here are the top 3 teams we have for you

Player Credits Player Credits Player Credits
Martin Guptill ©10Paul Stirling 9.5Andy Balbirnie 9
Lorcan Tucker 8Finn Allen 8.5Martin Guptill 10
Andy Balbirnie9Andy McBrine © 9Paul Stirling 9.5
Harry Tector 9.5Gareth Delany 8.5Daryl Mitchell 9
Dane Cleaver 8.5Jimmy Neesham 8.5Herry Tector ©8.5
George Dockrell 8.5Finn Allen 8Mitchell Santner8.5
Michael Bracewell (vc)8Mitchell Santher 9Glenn Phillips 9
Joshua Little8.5Ish Sodhi 9Mark Adair8.5
Lockie Ferguson 9Mark Adair (vc)8.5Craig Young9
Craig Young 9Joshua Little 8.5Jacob Duffy 9
Adam Milne 8.5Lockie Ferguson 9Ish Sodhi (vc)9

NZ Vs IRE Today Dream Prediction:

The Newzealand is playing a whole team which makes it difficult to pick star performers. On the days their batters don’t have the best day, their bowlers are there to save the match. In the last match, we saw both batters and bowlers performing their best and winning the match. 

Martin Guptill and Glenn Philips look like key batters for NZ. For Ireland, Harry Tector and Andy Balbirnie will be key players.

In the bowling department, Ish Sodhi, Captain M Santner for Kiwis, and Josh Little and Craig Young are likely to play a crucial role.


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