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Gary Wilson column: Ireland in Abu Dhabi bubble for UAE & Afghanistan series

BBC Sport Thursday, 7 January 2021 ()
Ireland wicketkeeper-batsman Gary Wilson on the side's first action since their win over England as they face the UAE and Afghanistan in Abu Dhabi.
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