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Ireland in the UAE 2020-21

Ireland in the UAE 2020-21

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Series in doubt after further positive means UAE must “remain in quarantine for extended period”

The ODI series between UAE and Ireland has been hit by its second postponement in three days after a further Covid-19 positive was returned by the home camp.

Sunday’s second ODI was called off the day before after a third UAE player tested positive for the virus. Following 48 hours of isolation, the Emirates Cricket Board has now announced another positive case within the squad.

With the team now required to “remain in quarantine for an extended period of time”, it could affect the ability of the remaining three ODIs to be played. Ireland are also due to face Afghanistan in a three-match series in Abu Dhabi starting on January 21.

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