The North Dublin ground has undergone major renovations over the past three years and now has an impressive 11,500 capacity for hosting top flight international cricket.
Ireland will play their first ODI at Malahide (subject to ICC granting ODI accreditation) on 3 September, 2013, hoping for a repeat of their famous victory over England at the 2011 World Cup.
Kevin Oâ€™Brien was the hero that day - with the World Cupâ€™s fastest century - but next yearâ€™s showpiece fixture will be a special day for Eoin Morgan who played for the Malahide club as a teenager between 2000 and 2002.
Dublin-born Morgan, who played 63 times for Ireland, captained England on their last visit to Dublin - an 11-run win for the visitors at Clontarf in August last year.
England have won four of the five ODIs between the sides but the last three encounters have all been nail-biters and Ireland coach Phil Simmons is already looking forward to the next game.
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