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Cricket | ICC World Cup Qualifiers 2018

Hales targets big scores to move up England
England opener Alex Hales accepts he needs to make some major contributions to gain promotion from the fringe of the squad to an assured place at the top. Read full article
Afghanistan return home as heroes
Afghanistan's cricket team received a heroes' homecoming in Kabul on Tuesday after qualifying for the 2019 World Cup. Read full article
CWC place will boost Windies - Richards
Legendary batsman Viv Richards says West Indian cricket will benefit from qualifying for the World Cup, and that it would have been a huge blow had they not made it to England in 2019. Read full article
Afghanistan thrash Windies to win final
Mohammad Shahzad starred as Afghanistan laid down a marker ahead of next year's World Cup by romping to a seven-wicket thrashing of the West Indies in Sunday's qualifying final in Harare. Read full article
Ireland blasts ICC's 'big cheque' obsession
Ireland captain William Porterfield blasted the International Cricket Council for an obsession with the "big cheque" after his side were edged out of a spot at the 2019 World Cup by Afghanistan on Friday. Read full article
Captain Fantastic propels Afg to WCup
Afghanistan qualified for next year's cricket World Cup as captain Asghar Stanikzai played through the pain barrier to produce a heroic innings and lead them to a five-wicket victory over Ireland. Read full article
UAE shatter Zimbabwe's WCup dreams
United Arab Emirates secured a surprise three-run win via the Duckworth/Lewis method to end Zimbabwe’s hopes of reaching the 2019 World Cup on Thursday. Read full article
Joy for Windies, Scots rue near miss
Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer was left to rue a controversial lbw decision as his side narrowly missed out on a World Cup place with defeat by the West Indies on Wednesday. Read full article
Khan stars as Afghanistan beat UAE
Rashid Khan insisted that "anything can happen" and that Afghanistan are still holding hopes of qualifying for next year's World Cup in England and Wales, after beating the United Arab Emirates by five wickets. Read full article
Windies edge Zim to stay on WCup course
West Indies edged closer to a place in the 2019 World Cup when they defeated Zimbabwe by four wickets in the latest qualifying match on Monday. Read full article
Zim's Cremer hails career-best win
Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer reveled in the "game of (his) career" after his team's 107-run victory over Ireland in their World Cup qualifying clash in Harare on Thursday. Read full article
Nepal secure maiden ODI status
Nepal cruised to a six-wicket victory over Papua New Guinea in Harare on Thursday to claim one-day international status for the first time. Read full article
'World class' Mujeeb stuns Windies
Afghanistan captain Rashid Khan praised Mujeeb ur Rahman after the teenage helped his side beat the Windies, keeping their 2019 World Cup hopes alive. Read full article
Windies see off Dutch, Irish reach Super 6’s
Evin Lewis was among the runs as the West Indies made it four straight wins by beating the Netherlands in Harare on Monday. Read full article
Powell hundred sees Windies past Ireland
West Indies batsman Rovman Powell said his side are focused on winning all their World Cup qualifying games, after his century led them to victory over Ireland on Saturday. Read full article
Afghan boss apologises for WC debacle
Shafiq Stanikzai apologised to fans on Thursday after the team's shock defeat by Hong Kong. Read full article
Zimbabwe bowler Vitori suspended
Zimbabwe's Brian Vitori was suspended on Thursday after the ICC adjudged that the fast bowler uses an illegal action, just months after resuming his career. Read full article
Gayle steers Windies, Zim win
Chris Gayle hammered his 23rd one-day international hundred to lead the West Indies to victory in their opening World Cup qualifier against the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday. Read full article
MacLeod leads Scots to win over Afghan
Rashid Khan bemoaned having the worst of the conditions, after Calum MacLeod struck a magnificent 157 not out to lead Scotland to a surprise seven-wicket win in their opening 2019 World Cup qualifier. Read full article
Windies revenge not on Simmons mind
Phil Simmons insists that leading Afghanistan to the 2019 World Cup and not exacting revenge over his West Indies compatriots is his only priority when the 10-team qualifying tournament gets underway on Sunday. Read full article
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