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The cricket match will not be streaming online on Hotstar but on SonyLIV. Here you can get all the information as to when, where and how you can watch the 2nd T20I match online on Sony LIV and the TV broadcast and coverage on Sony Network. You can watch the matches live on Sony Ten 3 and Sony SIX as well. The Indian cricket team demonstrated their dominance on Irish soil after the Virat Kohli led Team India demolished the hosts to win by 76 runs at the Village in Dublin on Wednesday.
Shifting their focus onto the second and final match of the series, India would aim to strike the perfect balance while ringing changes in the starting XI at Dublin. The Men in Blue got their three-month-long tour of Ireland and England off to a fine start with a thumping 76-run win on Wednesday. It promises to be an action-packed day after India posted a mammoth total of 208. It has been raining boundaries in Dublin and you shouldn’t miss out on any of that. (IND vs IRE LIVE SCORE) (MATCH SCORECARD)
India vs Ireland LIVE Streaming Online: Team India are all set to take on Ireland in the first of the two-match T20 series ahead of the upcoming England tour. The first T20I will set the stage for a long summer for Virat Kohli and side in the United Kingdom. The team arrived in Ireland last week and attended its first training session at the Merchants Taylor School cricket ground. As always, the Indian selection committee will face a tough task of whom to play in the playing XI with Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, and Virat Kohli taking the top four spots.
Ambati Rayudu’s failure to clear the Yo-Yo Test gave a second life to his Chennai Super Kings teammate Suresh Raina who will fight for the number 4 position with an in-form KL Rahul. Mahendra Singh Dhoni at 5 and Dinesh Karthik at 6 will provide India with the required finishing touches. Hardik Pandya will fill in the all-rounder’s slot.
On the bowling front, Kohli would be tempted to field both leg-spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav, giving them an early taste of conditions. Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will complete the pace-attack leaving Umesh Yadav and Siddarth Kaul on the bench.
Overall, India and Ireland have played only four times, in three ODIs (the other two during 2011 and 2015 ODI World Cups) and a T20I in 2009 during the World T20 in England. India had won that game at Nottingham by eight wickets with Rohit scoring an unbeaten half-century. Dhoni and Raina are the other ‘current’ members from that playing eleven nine years ago.