Ireland wicketkeeper Gary Wilson says everyone is “desperate” for their one-day international series against England to go ahead this summer.
Talks are ongoing over a potential three-game series in Southampton in late July, with Covid-19 restrictions.
Ireland’s players returned to training this week and the England series would be their only matches this summer.
“Games against England are massive for us – they’re world champions and we want to take a scalp,” said Wilson.
The series was originally planned to take place from 10-15 September at Trent Bridge, Edgbaston and The Oval, but the coronavirus pandemic has caused England’s schedule to be revamped, now starting with three Tests against West Indies between 8 and 28 July.
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