Ireland are set to host South Africa and Zimbabwe for limited-overs tour in July and August 2021.
They have also confirmed a three-match ODI series against Netherlands, away from home, which will precede the home international fixtures. The ODI series will also form a part of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League, starting 4 June.
Ireland will kick off their home summer with a three-match ODI series against South Africa in Malahide followed by as many T20Is. The first match of the T20I leg will be played in Malahide while the remaining two are slated to take place in Stormont.
Ireland have announced home international fixtures!— ICC (@ICC) February 15, 2021
They will host South Africa in July followed by Zimbabwe in August for white-ball series. pic.twitter.com/R7CqKe6NZl
Next, in August, they will host Zimbabwe for three ODIs, all of which will be played in Stormont, and while the three T20Is will take place in Bready.
Both the ODI series against South Africa and Zimbabwe are a part of the Cricket World Cup Super League.
• 4 June: Netherlands v Ireland, 1st ODI
• 7 June: Netherlands v Ireland, 2nd ODI
• 9 June: Netherlands v Ireland, 3rd ODI
Ireland v South Africa
• 11 July: 1st ODI, Malahide
• 13 July: 2nd ODI, Malahide
• 16 July: 3rd ODI, Malahide
• 20 July: 1st T20I, Malahide
• 22 July: 2nd T20I, Stormont
• 25 July: 3rd T20I, Stormont
Ireland v Zimbabwe
• 6 August: 1st ODI, Stormont
• 8 August: 2nd ODI, Stormont
• 11 August: 3rd ODI, Stormont
• 15 August: 1st T20I, Bready
• 17 August: 2nd T20I, Bready
• 20 August: 3rd T20I, Bready
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