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Ireland confirm Pakistan as their first cricket Test match

MailOnline India Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()
Ireland confirm Pakistan as their first cricket Test matchIreland will play Pakistan on home soil in May in their first ever Test match. Ireland were given Test status in June and have secured their first fixture following an Auckland ICC meeting.
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