Ireland Men’s Cricket is set to host South Africa and Zimbabwe in July and August 2021.
Ireland vs South Africa matches are scheduled to be played from 11-25 July and will comprise of three One-Day Internationals that will form part of the ICC’s Cricket World Cup Super League program, and three T20Is, with the games, played in Malahide and Stormont.
It is the first time South Africa will tour Ireland for more than one game, with their only other visit being in June 2007 when they played an ODI
“We are extremely pleased to have finalized the dates as quickly as we have and for that, we would like to thank Cricket Ireland for their cooperation and willingness to adapt the tour schedule as we continue to finalize our winter program,” commented CSA Director of Cricket, Graeme Smith.
Ireland vs South Africa series
• 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 will also host Zimbabwe for three One-Day Internationals and three T20Is in August and the ODI series against Zimbabwe are also a part of the Cricket World Cup Super League.
Ireland vs Zimbabwe series
• 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
Cricket Ireland can also confirm a three-match men’s ODI series against the Netherlands, away from home, The fixtures will also be part of the World Cup Super League
Ireland vs Netherland series
• 4 June: Netherlands v Ireland, 1st ODI
• 7 June: Netherlands v Ireland, 2nd ODI
• 9 June: Netherlands v Ireland, 3rd ODI