Cricket live stream, TV guide, schedule and preview

Cricket live stream, TV guide, schedule and preview

Cricket live stream, TV guide, schedule and preview

The match will start at 8:30 PM IST on June 29.

The dress rehearsal before the England series which will see India take on England in all three formats of the game; the two T20 internationals against Ireland are the lull before the storm.

It was a familiar script once again as Indian batsmen piled on the runs before the spinners completely dismantled Ireland as India registered a resounding 143-run victory - India's largest in terms of runs - in the second T20I in Malahide, Dublin on Friday.Chasing 219 to win, Ireland were dismissed for 70 with spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal picking three wickets each. The match can also be streamed live on the SonyLiv app. Among batsmen, openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan enjoyed a first stint together.

Ireland replaced Stuart Poynter with William Porterfield to strengthen the batting with skipper Gary Wilson taking over the wicket-keeping duties but at halfway it looked mission impossible for their hopes of squaring the series.

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"We know what William can do as he has done it before in T20 cricket, but we wanted to go with Shannon", Smyth added. After the opening partnership of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, Ireland bowlers did well to claw back. The Indian cricket team have a full-strength squad to pick from, with captain Virat Kohli back in the team after nursing a neck injury. Moreover, he also mentioned that the players in the squad, who didn't get an opportunity in the first contest, will get a chance in today's encounter.

Wrist-spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav will operate in tandem at the expense of young and talented Washington Sundar as Kohli would want his wreckers-in-chief to get a taste of the conditions early in the tour. The likes of Kaul and Umesh may get the nod after their productive IPL seasons. In the 2nd T20I, the team is expected to change their sequences and will bring in some new changes in the middle-order.

India left for Dublin on Tuesday after having a practice session in London on Monday.

Porterfield (14) saw his middle stump knocked back by Yadav and Shannon (two) became Siddarth Kaul's first worldwide T20 wicket.

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