Dublin: Ireland to host Team India for a three-match T20I series set to be played in Malahide between August 18-23, before visiting England for a three-match ODI tour from September 20 to 26.
Cricket Ireland on Friday announced a bumper international schedule for 2023, with the home white-ball series against Bangladesh and India lined up.
Ireland begin their busy schedule with a multi-format tour of Bangladesh between March 18 to April 8, consisting of three ODIs, three T20I's and a one-off Test match.
They'll then tour the sub-continent, with two-Test series against Sri Lanka slotted between April 16 and 28.
Andrew Balbirnie's men will then contest a three-match ODI series against Bangladesh in Chelmsford, pencilled in to be played between May 9 to 14. These three ODIs will be part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League.
Ireland are then set to play a one-off Test match against England between 1-4 June at Lord's.