Cricket World Cup a shop window - Afghanistan coach Andy Moles

Afghanistan's English coach Andy Moles says the Cricket World Cup is a "shop window" for his side to show their improvement as a team and a different image of the country.

Moles' side have broken new ground at this tournament - beating Scotland to claim their first World Cup win - and now have the chance to take on England in Friday's dead rubber.

The former Warwickshire opener says he feels safe working in Afghanistan despite the country's "security issues", but insists the "curries are better in Birmingham".