2019 Ireland Tri-Nation series is scheduled to be played in the month of May in Ireland. Besides Host Ireland, Bangladesh and West Indies will be the other two teams that will take part in the competition.
Ireland Captain William Porterfield will be hoping that side can deliver a good performance in the competition. The side played exceedingly against Afghanistan in the bilateral one-day series played in India. Ireland came back behind to level the five-match series.
On the other hand, West Indies have looked resurgent side under Jason Holder this season. The side played excellent cricket and manage to draw the five-match one-day series against England played at home. With the likes of Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmyer and Shai Hope firing on all cylinders in the batting department, West Indies will fancy their chances of winning this competition.
Bangladesh have not been at their best in limited overs cricket so far this season. The side failed to win a single game on their recent tour to New Zealand. The side will have to adjust to the conditions as quickly as possible in order to produce better results in this tri-nation series.
Let’s take at the overall statistics related to 2019 Ireland Tri-Nation series which is given below
2017 was the last time when Bangladesh played a tri-nation series in Ireland.The visitors will played in the competition and managed to win two games out of four played.
23 wickets required by Left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman to complete 100 wickets for Bangladesh in limited-overs cricket. Mustafizur currently has taken 77 wickets in 44 matches at an average of 22.36
2 wickets required by All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan to complete 250 wickets for Bangladesh in limited-overs cricket. He currently has taken 248 wickets in 196 matches at an average of 29.68.
11 wickets needed by Ireland spinner George Dockrell to complete 100 wickets in limited-overs cricket. He currently has taken 89 wickets in 84 matches at an average of 35.85.
327 runs needed by Bangladesh all-rounder Mahmudullah to complete 4000 runs in one-day internationals. He currently has scored 3673 runs in 172 matches at an average of 33.39 with three centuries to his name.
207 runs needed by Ireland captain William Porterfield to complete 4000 runs in one-day internationals. He currently has scored 3793 runs in 129 matches at an average of 30.83 with 11 centuries to his name.
101 runs needed by West Indies middle-order batsman Shimron Hetymer to complete 1000 runs in one-day internationals. Hetymer currently has scored 899 runs in 25 matches at an average of 40.86 with four centuries to his name.