Nepal has gained ODI status for the first time winning absolute nail-biters, but the teams that lost by such small margins also deserve a shot at more funding and better recognition
Afghanistan nearly bottled what should have been a straightforward chase of 198, but the insurance provided by the brilliance of their spinners from earlier in the day just about bailed them out
Afghanistan's hopes of qualifying hinge on a Nepal win over Hong Kong in the final group fixture on Monday
Afghanistan's stand-in captain said the side's inability to handle pressure cost them against Hong Kong and put their progress to the Super Six in doubt
Hong Kong scored their first ever ODI win over a Full Member when they beat Afghanistan by 30 runs on a rainy afternoon at the Bulawayo Athletic Club
The wicketkeeper-batsman was guilty of causing damage to a part of the ground during their two-run defeat to hosts Zimbabwe in Bulawayo
Mohammad Nabi is to join Leicestershire as an overseas player for their 2018 T20 campaign
Afghanistan were cruising in their chase of 197 but then they collapsed, before their last wicket took them within touching distance of victory. But it wasn't to be.
And, who has taken the most Test wickets without ever managing ten in a match?
Rashid Khan endured a difficult captaincy debut, getting out for a first-ball duck and conceding 68 in nine overs as Scotland chased down 256 with 16 balls to spare
The Scotland batsman clinically dismantled ODI cricket's No. 1 ranked bowler during the course of his third 150 plus score in the format
Rohit Paudel and Shane Snater are among the promising players to watch out for at the World Cup Qualifier
Phil Simmons, the Afghanistan head coach, on what makes his team a success and what work remains to be done to take the next step up
Given the presence of four Full Members and the high-stakes nature of the tournament, good viewership figures can be expected, but bringing it to that audience might not yet be a cost-effective undertaking
This tournament will ask existential questions of almost every team: what would it mean for West Indies, winners of the inaugural World Cup in England more than 40 years ago, to miss out?
The tournament begins in Zimbabwe on Sunday and will continue across Harare, Bulawayo and Kwekwe until March 25. Here is everything you need to know about it
Afghanistan gave West Indies a hint of the struggle that could be in store for them in their bid to reach the 2019 World Cup, after battling back from the brink of a crushing defeat
Afghanistan will be without their captain, Asghar Stanikzai, for the start of the World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe after he was forced to undergo surgery for appendicitis
The Afghanistan legspinner had last week become the top-ranked ODI bowler, alongside India's Jasprit Bumrah