Afghanistan and Ireland have won Test status simultaneously. Both teams played one match after getting this status in June 2017. But they are going to face the first time in Tests. The only test of the series will begin on Friday in Dehradun, India.
Ireland made an Test debut against Pakistan in Dublin last year. In that match, the Irish fought hard in batting. Ireland make excuses for the fifth Test Finally, they could not give birth to accident. But the sweat of Pakistan has flown. Ireland won the match by 14 runs in 160 runs with three wickets. At the end of the day, Imam ul Haq's unbeaten 74 and Babar Azam 59 runs were saved from a major disaster. Kevin O'Brienan played a wonderful 118-ball innings for Ireland in that match.
If Ireland can not win, they show their mentality in their debut match. Ireland But Afghanistan's debut test was a disappointment. Afghans face India in Bangalore in June of that year. Indian batsmen bowlers in innings and 262 runs in two days in Afghanistan by the Test rate Afghanistan So, due to the disappointment from their Test debut, Afghanistan are going to play big format against Ireland, Afghanistan is going to play.
However, Afghanistan have won 3-0 in the three-match T-20 series this tour. But Afghanistan-Ireland draw 2-2 in a five-match ODI series.
Afghanistan: Asghar Afgan (captain), Mohammad Shehzad (wicketkeeper), Ehsanullah Janat, Javed Ahmadi, Rahmat Shah, Nasir Jamal, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Ikram Alikhail, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Wafdaar Momen, Yamin Ahmdjai, Sarfuddin Ashraf, Waqar Salamkhail, Zaheer Khan and Syed Shirzad
Ireland: William Porterfield (captain), Andy Bolbirnie, James Cameron-Dew, Georgy Dockrell, Andy McBurn, Barry McCarthy, James McClumam, Tim Murtag, Kevin O'Brien, Stuart Pointer, Boyd Rankin, Simi Singh, Paul Sturring, Stuart Thompson. And Larkan Tucker.