Moeen Ali appointed England ODI vice-captain

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London, July 21: England Cricket Board (ECB) has appointed seasoned all-rounder Moeen Ali as the deputy of its World Cup winning captain Eoin Morgan for ODI’s for England Men’s three-match Royal London Series against Ireland.

ECB confirmed this by issuing a statement on its website.

The series will take place behind closed doors in a bio-secure bubble at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, with the first Royal London International taking place on Thursday July 30, ECB statement read.

England’s squad for the series itself will be confirmed next week, after two intra-squad matches (Tuesday, 11am & Friday, 2pm) and a warm-up match for England Lions v Ireland on Sunday July 26 (2pm), it added.