It was a see-saw day for the Irish team as they scored 64 for no loss in the second innings after following-on and were still trailing by 116 runs at the end of day 3 in the Dublin Test. After Pakistan declared at 310 for 9, Ireland was bowled out for a mere 130 runs in their first innings. Pakistan then enforced a follow-on on Ireland, which meant the Irish had to bat again.

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191/6 (79.3 overs) (f/o) Ireland lead by 11 runs with 4 wickets remaining

Ireland 130 all-out

Pakistan first innings 310/9d

Day 4 will start at 11:00 AM GMT or 3:30 PM IST on May 14 at the Mahalide Stadium, Dublin.

Pakistan innings

Earlier, in the day's play, Pakistan started at 268-6, with Shadab Khan and Faheem Ashraf both past their fifties. Soon, the Irishmen struck as Tim Murtagh got Shadab out for 55 runs. Pakistan lost Faheem for 83 just after the score of 300. Pakistan declared their innings at 310-9 with few overs left before lunch. Tim Murtagh, Stuart Thompson, and Boyd Rankin picked up four, three and two wickets respectively for Ireland.

Pakistan rattled Ireland early on by picking three quick wickets. At lunch, Ireland's score was five runs for the loss of three wickets as Pakistani quicks had put them on the backfoot. Ireland further slipped to 7/4 in the post-lunch hour. Ireland never recovered but somehow reached 95-8 at the end of the second session.

Cameo knocks from Kevin O Brien (40 runs) and Paul Stirling (17 runs) helped them to recover.

Some stiff resistance by Gary Wilson (33 runs) and Boyd Rankin (17 runs) in the final session took the total score to 130 runs but that wasn't enough to avoid the follow-on.

For Pakistan, Mohammad Abbas picked up four wickets while Shadab Khan picked up three wickets. Faheem Ashraf and Mohammad Amir also chipped in with one and two wickets respectively.

Ireland asked for follow-on

Pakistan Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed asked Ireland to bat again in the final session of the day's play. This time, the Irish batting seemed determined with the openers William Porterfield and Ed Joyce giving nothing to the Pakistani bowlers to celebrate.

Some good batting meant that Ireland's score stood at 64 for no loss, still trailing by 116 runs at the end of day 3.

What to expect on Day 4:

Ireland needs to first get those 116 runs which they are trailing by, and then built a good enough score which they can defend in the final innings. Pakistan, on the other hand, would look to get all the 10 Irish wickets as soon as possible to win this historic test match.

Tv telecast and live online streaming

  • India: Sony Six
  • Sony Six HD and SonyLIV mobile app.
  • Pakistan: Ten Sports, PTV Sports channel and live streaming on their official website.
  • United Kingdom: Sky Sports Cricket.
  • New Zealand: Sky Sports NZ.
  • Canada: ATN Cricket Plus HD.
  • United States: Willow TV.
  • South Africa: SuperSports.

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