- Rashid Khan expects spinners to play 'huge role' at T20 World Cup
- T20 World Cup prize money: Title winners to get $1.6 million
- Afghanistan revise T20 World Cup squad, Mohammad Nabi to lead
- ICC confirms Afghanistan to be part of T20 World Cup despite political upheavals
Both teams come into the Super 12s on the back of impressive performances
After being the top wicket-taker in the Vitality T20 Blast, and stints in various leagues, the Afghanistan quick bowler is raring to go in his first senior World Cup
Here's the real truth about every team's chances of winning
Not quite. Teams' performance outside World Cup years doesn't really align with performance closer to the world events
Openers Hazratullah Zazai and Mohammad Shahzad hit aggressive fifties, while Andre Russell returned to action
What are the peculiarities of the three venues, and what should the teams do, at each of them, if they win the toss?
South Africa were hamstrung by Afghanistan's spinners early on, but their bowlers made up for it
"As we have seen in the IPL, spinners have brought back their team in the game; I feel that will be same in the World Cup as well."
They have endured a bumpy road on the way to the UAE and also haven't played much T20I cricket due to the pandemic
Runners-up to take home $800,000, and losing semi-finalists get $400,000 each
Sharafuddin Ashraf and Dawlat Zadran moved to reserves, Fareed Ahmad added to main squad from reserves
Acting chief executive Geoff Allardice says ICC will likely discuss how to approach bilateral cancellations, and how they affected the WTC
The former Zimbabwe captain and England men's team coach joins Shaun Tait and Lance Klusener on the coaching staff
CA had said they would be forced to cancel the game due to the Taliban's stance on female sport
A deeply scientific analysis comes to a foregone conclusion
The tournament starts on October 17 with a first-round match between Oman and PNG, with the final scheduled for November 14
"We have been doing all we can to grow cricket in the traditional cultural, religious and changing political environments of our country"
Australia's Test captain was fully supportive of CA's decision to signal the cancellation of the Hobart match
On Wednesday, the Taliban indicated that women would not be able to take part
"The selection committee and ACB has not obtained my consent for the team"
Doubts now over the status of the men's Test against Australia in November with ICC also monitoring the situation
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