The second ODI between Ireland and West Indies has been postponed after three more positive cases in the Ireland squad.

Joining Simi Singh and Ben White in isolation are captain Andrew Balbirnie, wicket-keeper Lorcan Tucker, and interim Head Coach David Ripley.

With injury doubts among all-rounders Mark Adair (foot) and Andy McBrine (concussion), Ireland were down to the bare bones for the match.

There are real doubts now if the series can be completed, and following on from the cancellation of the ODI matches against USA, it has been a tour to forget for Ireland.

A joint statement from the Irish and West Indies said:

"The second CG Insurance One-Day International scheduled for Sabina Park on Tuesday, January 11 has therefore been postponed.

"CWI and CI are in discussions to review the match schedule and are working to explore all possibilities for the series to be completed.

"The five members of the Ireland team who have returned positive COVID-19 results remain in isolation under the care and supervision of the medical teams.

"Further updates will be provided as soon as possible."