The first-ever ODI between England and Ireland took place in 2006, marking the beginning of a memorable rivalry.
In 2011, Ireland stunned England by successfully chasing down 328 runs, recording one of the biggest upsets in ODI history.
The 2019 ICC World Cup final featured England and New Zealand, but Ireland's Tim Murtagh, who played for Middlesex, had a cameo appearance when his accidental overthrow led to crucial extra runs for England.
England underwent a transformation in their ODI approach, shifting to aggressive batting after their dismal performance in the 2015 World Cup.
England's Joe Root and Eoin Morgan hold the record for the highest partnership in an ODI against Ireland, amassing an impressive 140 runs together.
The England vs. Ireland ODI series has often been a breeding ground for emerging talents, with several players making their mark in international cricket during these clashes.