Meanwhile, Irelandís Women will play Australia in Guyana in their first match at the World Twenty20 on Sunday November 11.

Defeat in Saturdayís Qualifying final to Bangladesh placed them in Group B on the South America mainland where their other games will be against Pakistan (Nov 13), India (Nov 15) and New Zealand (Nov 17), all in the Providence Stadium, Georgetown, where Irelandís Men played three of their Super 8 World Cup matches in 2007.

Ireland will have official warm-up matches against Bangladesh (Nov 4) and Sri Lanka (Nov 7) in Antigua.