West Indies vs Ireland Only ODI Cricket Game: Venue, Time, Live Streaming Information

February 23, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

West Indies faces Ireland at Kingston’s Sabina Park in Jamaica on February 23.

The game starts at 1:30 p.m. GMT, or 9:30 a.m. local time.

Unfortunately, a live stream isn’t available for the match, but two Twitter accounts–@IrelandCricket and @WindiesIntl–will be posting live updates from the game.

Hot and partly cloudy–that’s the forecast from the Weather Channel. High temperatures are pegged at 87 Fahrenheit (31 Celsius).

In the T20 games this past week, Ireland beat the West Indies in the first game, but the outcome was reversed in the second game. 

The West Indies will be looking to defend their World T20 title next month in Bangladesh, and cricket experts said the 1-1 draw, which included a poor showing from the team, didn’t bode well for them.

The West Indies team is down a man as opener Chris Gayle hurt his back. Gayle was also ruled out of the upcoming series against England, and Dwayne Smith was added to the team.

Here are the squads for each team:

West Indies: DJ Bravo*, DM Bravo, ML Cummins, KA Edwards, JO Holder, NO Miller, SP Narine, KOA Powell, D Ramdin†, DJG Sammy, MNSamuels, LMP Simmons, DR Smith

Ireland: AR Cusack, GH Dockrell, EC Joyce, AR McBrine, TJ Murtagh, KJ O’Brien, NJ O’Brien, WTS Porterfield*, AD Poynter, JNK Shannon, MC Sorensen, PR Stirling, SR Thompson, GC Wilson†, CA Young 

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