England vs Ireland 2nd ODI: When and Where to watch, ENG vs IRE ODI Live Telecast,Date and Time, Squads

Defending world champions England lived up to their lofty repute after registering an emphatic win against Ireland, in the Royal London series opener in Southampton. The Eoin Morgan side secured a comprehensive six-wickets victory to eclipse Ireland, and take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

Ireland, despite the loss, had glimpses of positives and will be aiming to capitalise on those to try and win the second fixture in a bid to level terms in the three-match Royal London Series, being played in Southampton.

When does the 2nd ODI between England and West Indies start?

The 2nd ODI between England and Ireland begins at 6:30 PM IST on 1st August 2020 (Saturday).

What is the venue of ENG vs IRE 2nd ODI match?

The venue remains the same as the 1st ODI-The Rose Bowl, Southampton.

Where can you watch ENG vs IRE 2nd ODI live?

The game will be telecasted in Sony Six channel and stream online on SonyLiv

Will this game be a part of ICC World Cup ODI Super League?

Yes, the game’s points will be added to the teams’ League table on ICC World Cup Super League.

England vs Ireland ODI  probable squads for 2nd ODI:


The home side are expected to play the same XI unless the management wants to play Joe Denly in place of James Vince. Vince, in his short innings, was impressive though making his replacement a tough call. On the bowling, the bowlers have built a strong point restraining the young Irish side within 200. The four will likely continue to wrap up the series before it gets to a decider.

Predicted XI: Roy, Bairstow (WK), Vince, Banton, Billings, Morgan (C), Ali, Curran, Rashid, WIlley, Saqib


A likely change would be Boyd Rankin or Josh Little replacing the injured Barry McCarthy. Otherwise, this team deserved to fancy another chance in the middle. The young players looked promising at many moments in the Series opener before they let it go. It is the experienced campaigners like Paul Stirling and the skipper Andrew Balbirnie who will have to take control. Ireland might also push Curtis Campher up the order after his exemplary debut in the series opener. 

Predicted XI: P Stirling, G Delany, A Balbirnie (C), H Tector, K O’Brien, L Tucker (WK), C Campher, S Singh, A McBrine, C Young, B Rankin