Ireland will play Zimbabwe in an additional two T20I's at Stormont this August.
The extra matches have been arranged after Ireland's two scheduled games against Pakistan in July were cancelled earlier this month.
The sides will meet at the Belfast venue in their three ODI World Cup Super League games first on August 6, 8 and 11.
They then begin the first of their five T20 series at Bready, playing at the North West venue on August 15, 17 and 20, before switching back to Stormont for the final two games on August 22 and 24.
The matches will serve as useful preparation for the T20 World Cup which at the minute is scheduled to take place in India in October.
Ireland begin their international season with three games in the Super League against The Netherlands on June 2, 4 and 7, while they also meet South Africa in the competition in July, as well as facing them in three T20 internationals.
Ireland Wolves take on Netherlands A in three 50-overs matches at Oak Hill in 11 days time.
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