Ireland's cricket team will be facing off against West Indies' in the 2014 T20 International Series at 7 p.m. GMT.
Ireland will be playing against West Indies on Wednesday in the first of three cricket games. The teams will be playing at the Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, home to the West Indies.
Ireland has not played a cricket match since Nov. 30, a game in which they defeated Afghanistan after a previous win against Canada. Meanwhile, West Indies has played through winter but has only won two games out of their last ten, drawing once, and another game being canceled.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons is confident that his team can pull off a victory over West Indies.
"We have got ourselves into very strong positions against Australia, England and Pakistan in recent times without quite being able to finish off games," Simmons said. "These matches in Jamaica won't be easy against the T20 world champions, but we've played excellent Twenty20 cricket in recent months, especially in the closing games of the World qualifiers in the UAE in November."
The Ireland vs. West Indies cricket game can be viewed via live stream at 7 p.m. GMT here.