ENG vs IRE Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report, Team Info & Dream11 Team for 2nd ODI Match Team & Analysis

ENG vs IRE Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report, Team Info & Dream11 Team for 2nd ODI Match Team & Analysis

ENG vs IRE 2nd ODI Match Prediction 

Match:  England vs Ireland (ENG vs IRE) 
Time:   23 Sep, 03:30 PM (IST) 

Series:: 2nd ODI Match 
Venue:  Trent Bridge – Nottingham, England 

Recent Form: 

N, W, W, W,  L

N, W, W, W,  L

ENG vs IRE Preview: 

  • Ben Duckett will have been disappointed to not make the 15-man squad for this World Cup but he is still a very talented all-format international player. He is our tip for England’s highest run scorer in this game. Luke Wood has an excellent white ball record in this country and the pace bowler is a strong choice for England’s top wicket taker.
  • Paul Stirling is not only a white-ball specialist but has plenty of experience of playing in English conditions. The opener is well worth backing as Ireland’s highest run scorer in this ODI. Josh Little is an attacking bowler who can also go for runs but he is our pick for Ireland’s top wicket taker in this match.
  • With the pitch expected to do a bit for the quick bowlers, we recommend backing Luke Wood to take over 1.5 wickets in this match.

Live Streaming of ENG vs IRE: 

TV Channels: This game will be broadcast on Sky Cricket.

Live Streaming: You can live-stream the match on SkyGo.

Weather & Pitch Report


The weather forecast is much improved from the first ODI at Headingley. We can expect a dry day throughout although the temperature will not go above 16 degrees. 

Pitch Report:

Trent Bridge has always been a venue for big ODI scores over the last decade but there has been more assistance for the bowlers across the last 12 months.

Toss Prediction: 

Each of the last three ODIs at Trent Bridge have been won by the team batting first and we expect both captains to choose to bat first if they win the toss ahead of this match.

ENG vs IRE Team NEWS: 

ENG Team News: 

Former Test skipper Joe Root was selected to play in the opening ODI of the series but will now focus on getting ready for the World Cup. In his place, Somerset’s Tom Kohler-Cadmore has come into the squad and could win his first international cap.

IRE Team News: 

As a team who have become accustomed to playing in World Cups over the past two decades, it will be hurting the administrators and the players after they did not qualify for this year’s tournament in India. There are no injury worries in the squad.

Predicted Playing11:


1.Zak Crawley(C)

2. Ben Duckett

3. Will Jacks

4. Harry Brook

5. Philip Salt(WK)

6. Sam Hain

7. Rehan Ahmed

8. Craig Overton

9. Brydon Carse

10. Luke Wood

11. M Potts/T K Cadmore


1.Paul Stirling(C)

2. Andy Balbirnie

3. Curtis Campher

4. Andy McBrine

5. Harry Tector

6. Lorcan Tucker(WK)

7. George Dockrell

8. Gareth Delany

9. Mark Adair

10. Craig Young

11. Joshua Little

ENG vs IRE Team Combo: 

ENG Team Info – 

  • Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett will probably open the inning.
  • Will Jacks will bat at the one-down position. He is the backbone of the batting team.
  • Harry Brook and Philip Salt will handle the middle-order batting.
  • Zak Crawley will lead the England as a Captain. He is also a good Batsman
  • Philip Salt will do the Wicket Keeping for England.
  • Rehan Ahmed will take care of the spin bowling of the team.
  • Brydon Carse and Luke Wood will lead the pace attack of his team.

IRE Team Info – 

  • Paul Stirling and Andy Balbirnie will probably open the inning.
  • Curtis Campher will bat at the one-down position. He is the backbone of the batting team.
  • Andy McBrine and Harry Tector will handle the middle-order batting.
  • Paul Stirling will lead the Ireland as a Captain. He is also a good Batsman
  • Lorcan Tucker will do the Wicket Keeping for Ireland.
  • George Dockrell and Gareth Delany will take care of the spin bowling of his team.
  • Joshua Little and Mark Adair will lead the pace attack of his team.

Winning Chances: 

With England set to field one of their weakest ODI line-ups for many years, Ireland will think they have a real chance to win the game on Saturday. A lot will depend on how England’s inexperienced batting line-up performs but overall we expect them to have enough quality across the team to get the victory.

ENG vs IRE Key Players: 


Ben Duckett 

It has been a remarkable 12 months for the small left-hander who many thought would not be picked at international level again after 2016. He loves getting bat on ball and will attack from his first delivery.

Will Jacks 

The Surrey all-rounder made some good starts with the bat against New Zealand during the T20I series earlier this summer and he will target the short boundaries at this venue.

Luke Wood 

The opening bowler has enjoyed some great nights at Trent Bridge during his time with Trent Rockets in the Men’s Hundred and most pundits see him as England’s strongest bowler in this series.


Paul Stirling 

The right-handed opener will enjoy the pace off the wicket at Trent Bridge. Irrespective of where the ball is bowled he will look to attack the English bowlers.

Harry Tector 

Still only in his early 20s, the middle order batter has fast become the most reliable run scorer for his country in this format and will be a key wicket for England to target.

Josh Little 

The fiery left-arm pace bowler is recognised as Ireland’s most talented player in their current generation and he enjoyed his period with the Gujarat Titans earlier this year in the IPL.

ENG vs IRE Team Forms: 

ENG Team Form: 

England are in good form in this format of the game but they have a completely new team for this series.

IRE Team Form: 

Ireland come into this ODI with victories from their last three matches in the format.


England (ENG) Squad: 

Zak Crawley(C), Ben Duckett, Will Jacks, Harry Brook, Philip Salt(WK), Sam Hain, Rehan Ahmed, Craig Overton, Brydon Carse, Luke Wood, Matthew Potts, Tom Kohler Cadmore, Tom Hartley, Joe Root, Jamie Smith(WK), George Scrimshaw

Ireland (IRE) Squad: 

Paul Stirling(C), Andy Balbirnie, Curtis Campher, Andy McBrine, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker(WK), George Dockrell, Gareth Delany, Mark Adair, Craig Young, Joshua Little, Theo van Woerkom, Neil Rock(WK), Graham Hume, Barry McCarthy.

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