|Second one-day international, Ageas Bowl, Southampton|
|Ireland 212-9 (50 overs): Campher 68*, Rashid 3-34|
|England 216-6 (32.3 overs): Bairstow 82, Willey 47^, Billings 46*; Little 3-60|
|England won by four wickets|
England stumbled against Ireland in the second one-day international but won by four wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
The hosts were flying early on chasing 213, Jonny Bairstow striking a 41-ball 82 at the Ageas Bowl.
But when Bairstow fell, Eoin Morgan and Moeen Ali soon followed – all to seamer Josh Little – leaving England 137-6.
It took a 79-run stand by Sam Billings and David Willey to see England home, albeit with 17.3 overs to spare.
Billings ended with an unbeaten 46 and Willey was 47 not out, but the game was closer than had been expected during Ireland’s disappointing batting performance, and when Bairstow was powering England to 131-3 inside 13 overs.
Ireland were 91-6 at one stage and had 21-year-old all-rounder Curtis Campher to thank again for taking them to a respectable score. He followed his half-century on debut in the first ODI with 68 and also took 2-44.
For England, Willey backed up his maiden international five-wicket haul on Thursday by taking two more wickets and leg-spinner Adil Rashid claimed an excellent 3-34.
The series finale takes place at the same venue on Tuesday.
More to follow.