England's Eoin Morgan and Ireland's Andy Balbirnie touch arms after the coin toss, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease. | Photo Credit: Reuters
Ireland won the toss and will bat first again against England in the second one-day international on Saturday after losing the first by six wickets at the Rose Bowl.
Sent in on Thursday, Ireland was 28-5 after 39 balls and was all out for 172 in the 45th over. England rushed to 174-4 in the 28th.
The pitch in the first match is being used and both sides have ...
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