05 Aug, 02:24 (IST)

Ireland win by seven wickets! That's it, Kevin O Brien scores the winning run as Ireland beat England in the third and last ODI. It is a record chase as Ireland beat England by chasing down over 300 for the second time. Meanwhile, England take series 2-1 now. 

05 Aug, 02:17 (IST)

Last over coming up and Ireland need eight runs from it. Saqib Mahmood will bowl the final over. Harry Tector has played some good shots and holds key here.

05 Aug, 02:08 (IST)

So, it is down to three overs now as Ireland need 24 more runs to win. Harry Tector and Kevin O Brien are the two batsmen in the middle for Ireland. 

05 Aug, 01:54 (IST)

OUT! England pick another wicket here. Adil Rashid removes Ireland captain Andrew Balbirnie, who departs after scoring a fine century. Andy Balbirnie c Billings b Adil Rashid 113(112)

05 Aug, 01:46 (IST)

OUT! England finally break this stand. Is this the opening the home side were looking for? Paul Stirling is run out as Tom Curran hits the stumps directly. P Stirling run out (Tom Curran) 142(128)

05 Aug, 01:09 (IST)

Ireland need 116 more runs to win off 96 balls with nine wickets in hand. Paul Stirling and Andrew Balbirnie has thus far added 163 off 151 balls for the second wicket.  

05 Aug, 00:38 (IST)

Paul Stirling scores century: That's hundred up for Paul Stirling. He gets to the three-figure mark with a single. What a knock by Irish opener as he keep his side in the game. Hundred off 96 balls for the right-hander and this is his ninth one in ODIs and first against England.

05 Aug, 00:14 (IST)

Paul Stirling has completed his half-century and is batting on 80 off 77 balls while Andrew Balbirnie is batting on 40. Ireland now need 192 more runs to win at a required run-rate of 6.86.

04 Aug, 23:45 (IST)

Captain Andrew Balbirnie is the new batsman in for Ireland. Meanwhile, the visitors need 249 runs more to win from 36 overs at a required run-rate of 6.91

04 Aug, 23:34 (IST)

OUT! Just after posting fifty, Ireland lose their first wicket. David Willey strikes for England. He is bowled around the legs. Gareth Delany b Willey 12(21) [4s-1]

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ENG vs IRE Live Score Updates: England will eye a series clean sweep when they host Ireland in the 3rd and final game of a three-match ODI series. Eoin Morgan’s side clinched the series with a four-wicket win in the second ODI and currently hold an unassailable 2-0 lead with the one game yet to be played. They had won the first game by six wickets. For Ireland, it will about a consolation win and salvaging some lost pride. Meanwhile, stay tuned for live-action. Live Cricket Streaming of England vs Ireland 3rd ODI 2020 on SonyLiv: Check Live Score Online, Watch Free Telecast of ENG vs IRE Match on Sony SIX.

Ireland came close to almost putting England on the money in both the opening two ODI matches. They had the hosts reeling at 78-4 chasing 173 in the first ODI and at 137-6 chasing 213 in the series clincher. But both times the visitors failed to pick one vital wicket that will open the gates for a memorable win. Ireland haven't beaten England in an ODI match since their famous win at the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. Sam Billings bailed England in both the matches with composed innings and is in the run to become the Player of the Series. England vs Ireland, Southampton Weather, Pitch Report & Rain Forecast: Here’s How Weather Will Behave for ENG vs IRE 3rd ODI 2020.

Young Curtis Campher could have earned the same for Ireland but found no partner to take them. The 21-year-old, who made his international debut in this series rescued Ireland from a big collapse in both the ODI matches and hit fine half-centuries but found very little company at the other end. Campher also showed he could work his magic with the ball in the second game and will once again be the key for Ireland as they search for a consolation victory.


Ireland: Andrew Balbirnie(c), William Porterfield, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker(w), Paul Stirling, Gareth Delany, Kevin O Brien, Simi Singh, Curtis Campher, Andy McBrine, Joshua Little, Boyd Rankin, Craig Young, Barry McCarthy.

England: Jason Roy, James Vince, Eoin Morgan(c), Tom Banton, Jonny Bairstow(w), Sam Billings, Adil Rashid, Moeen Ali, Liam Livingstone, Tom Curran, Liam Dawson, David Willey, Reece Topley, Saqib Mahmood.