A record opening ODI organization of 365 between John Campbell and Shai Expectation helped West Nonmainstream players to 381-3 against Ireland in Clontarf on Sunday.
Campbell (179) and Expectation (170) were only five runs shy of the record ODI stand, set by Windies pair Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels in 2015.
The Irish assault was obliterated as Campbell and Expectation crushed a consolidated eight sixes and 37 fours.
Ireland, who won the hurl, face a gigantic assignment to win.
The hosts approached a shocking triumph over Britain on Friday yet their bowlers guaranteed a berating background in Dublin two days after the fact.
The choice to handle initially reverse discharges, in spite of the fact that Campbell got away from a run-out endeavor with the main wad of the match.
Records continued tumbling as the openers whipped the Irish assault to all pieces of the ground.
It was the first run through both West Nonmainstream players openers made a very long time in a similar amusement and at 306 it turned into the greatest first-wicket organization in ODI history.
They were crushing their way towards the Gayle and Samuels record when Campbell was gotten by Irish captain William Porterfield on the limit.
Expectation moved toward becoming Barry McCarthy’s second unfortunate casualty in four balls and commander Jason Holder was expelled for only one from the last chunk of the innings.