ICC World Cup Qualifier 2018

West Indies captain Jason Holder and Afghanistan skipper Asghar Stanikzai
West Indies and Afghanistan, the top two sides in the Super Six, qualified for the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales

Super Sixes and play-offs

Super SixPWTLNRRPts
West Indies (Q)5401+0.4728
Afghanistan (Q)5302+0.3026
Zimbabwe5212+0.4205
Scotland5212+0.2435
Ireland5203+0.3464
UAE5104-1.3602

First-round results between teams that progress to the Super Six stage are carried forward and each side plays all qualifiers from the opposite group.

March

15 Afghanistan beat West Indies by three wickets - scorecard

15 Scotland beat UAE by 73 runs, - scorecard

15 Play-off: Nepal beat Papua New Guinea by six wickets - scorecard

15 Play-off: Netherlands beat Hong Kong by 44 runs - scorecard

16 Zimbabwe beat Ireland by 107 runs - scorecard

17 9th/10th place play-off: Papua New Guinea beat Hong Kong by 58 runs - scorecard

17 7th/8th place play-off: Netherlands beat Nepal by 45 runs - scorecard

18 Ireland beat Scotland by 25 runs - scorecard

19 West Indies beat Zimbabwe by four wickets- scorecard

20 Afghanistan beat UAE by five wickets - scorecard

21 West Indies beat Scotland by five runs (DLS method) - scorecard

22 UAE beat Zimbabwe by three runs (DLS method) - scorecard

23 Afghanistan beat Ireland by five wickets, Harare Sports Club - scorecard

25 Final: Afghanistan beat West Indies by five wickets, Harare Sports Club - scorecard

First round

(In each first-round group, teams play each other once, with the top three advancing to the Super Six stage. Fourth and fifth-placed sides enter the play-offs)

Group AWTLNRRPts
West Indies400+1.1718
Ireland301+1.4796
UAE202-1.1774
Netherlands103-0.7092
PNG004-0.8650
Group BWTLNRRPts
Zimbabwe310+1.0357
Scotland310+0.8557
Afghanistan103+0.0382
Nepal103-0.8932
Hong Kong103-1.1212

March

4 A: UAE beat Papua New Guinea by 56 runs (DLS method), Harare Sports Club - scorecard

4 A: Ireland beat Netherlands by 93 runs (DLS method), Old Hararians - scorecard

4 B: Zimbabwe beat Nepal by 116 runs, Queen's Sports Club - scorecard

4 B: Scotland beat Afghanistan by seven wickets, Bulawayo Athletic Club - scorecard

6 A: Ireland beat Papua New Guinea by four wickets, Harare Sports Club - scorecard

6 A: West Indies beat UAE by 60 runs, Old Hararians - scorecard

6 B: Zimbabwe beat Afghanistan by two runs, Queen's Sports Club - scorecard

6 B: Scotland beat Hong Kong by four wickets, Bulawayo Athletic Club - scorecard

8 A: UAE beat Netherlands by six wickets, Harare Sports Club - scorecard

8 A: West Indies beat Papua New Guinea by six wickets, Old Hararians - scorecard

8 B: Scotland beat Nepal by four wickets, Queen's Sports Club - scorecard

8 B: Hong Kong beat Afghanistan by 30 runs (DLS method), Bulawayo Athletic Club - scorecard

10 A: West Indies beat Ireland by 25 runs, Harare Sports Club - scorecard

10 A: Netherlands beat Papua New Guinea by 57 runs, Old Hararians - scorecard

10 B: Zimbabwe beat Hong Kong by 89 runs, Queen's Sports Club - scorecard

10 B: Afghanistan beat Nepal by six wickets, Bulawayo Athletic Club - scorecard

12 A: West Indies beat Netherlands by 54 runs (DLS method), Harare Sports Club - scorecard

12 A: Ireland beat UAE by 226 runs (DLS method), Old Hararians - scorecard

12 B: Nepal beat Hong Kong by five wickets, Queen's Sports Club - scorecard

12 B: Zimbabwe tied with Scotland, Bulawayo Athletic Club - scorecard

Warm-up matches

February

15 Ireland beat Northerns/Easterns XI by 91 runs, Pretoria (Groenkloof Oval)

18 Ireland beat Netherlands by five wickets, Pretoria (Groenkloof Oval)

20 Ireland v Scotland, Pretoria (Groenkloof Oval) - No result (rain)

22 Scotland beat Netherlands by seven wickets, Pretoria (Groenkloof Oval)

23 Ireland beat Hong Kong by three runs (DLS method), Pretoria (Tuks Oval)

27 Afghanistan beat West Indies by 29 runs (DLS method), Harare Sports Club - scorecard

27 Netherlands beat Hong Kong by eight wickets (DLS method), Old Hararians - scorecard

27 Nepal beat UAE by five wickets, Kwekwe - scorecard

27 Zimbabwe v Ireland, Queen's Sports Club - match abandoned without a ball bowled

27 Scotland beat Papua New Guinea by seven wickets, Bulawayo Athletic Club - scorecard

March

1 West Indies beat UAE by 32 runs, Harare Sports Club - scorecard

1 Afghanistan v Netherlands, Old Hararians - no result - scorecard

1 Hong Kong v Nepal, Kwekwe - match abandoned without a ball bowled

1 Ireland beat Scotland by two wickets, Queen's Sports Club- scorecard (external)

1 Zimbabwe beat Papua New Guinea by five wickets, Bulawayo Athletic Club - scorecard

NB Fixtures and start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made

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