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Cricket news - Afghanistan-Ireland series advanced to February 21

Ireland are set to play their maiden away Test against Afghanistan on this tour

Ireland and Afghanistan will hold a series of one-month games in all three formats from February 21 in Dehradun. The two councils also revised the end date of the series, taking into account the early start of the March 23 issue of the Indian Indian Premier League.

The bilateral series begins on February 21 with the T20I series. The two teams will then play five ODIs from February 28, before being tied in the friendly match of March 15.

"Initially, we wanted to close the series on March 23, even though we have to take into account the data of the Indian Premier League, which will feature three of the main players in Afghanistan, the dates have been slightly adjusted and I want to thank Cricket

First and foremost, the five-game series is crucial for Afghanistan for the 2019 World Cup, Stanikzai said. "The series will be important for Afghanistan as we are in the preparatory phase of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup and we are confident that both teams will compete in cricket competitions. "

For Ireland, the last race of the circuit is undoubtedly the most important because it is the first test abroad.

"The importance of this series for both nations can not be underestimated, so it was important that we ensure that fans do not lose a clash with the best players in terms of available players. We hope that this minor game modification will not have a significant impact on travel bookings for fans participating in the series. We are looking forward to a great series, including Ireland's first test match abroad, "said Warren Deutrom, CEO of Cricket Ireland.

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