The qualification campaign to next year’s cricket world cup shifted up a gear on Thursday with the start of the Super Six round.
A selection of Super Six matches including the final will be broadcast live on SuperSport.
The West Indies and Scotland are in prime position to make the 2019 cricket showpiece event in England and Wales as they occupy first and second spot respectively on the table by the points gained in the group stages against nations who have also progressed to this round.
The group stage results between nations who progress beyond the group stages are carried forward to the Super Six round, with the points gained against nations who failed to progress beyond the group stages falling away.
Each team will then play the qualifiers from the other group.
The top two teams at the end of the Super Six stage earn qualification to the world cup and contest a final to determine the winner of the tournament.
Zimbabwe and Ireland are hot on the heels of the West Indies and Ireland, and it’s going to be a four-way battle as to which two nations make the world cup.
|15-Mar-2018||West Indies v Afghanistan||09:15||SS2|
|16-Mar-2018||Ireland v Zimbabwe||09:15||SS2|
|18-Mar-2018||Ireland v Scotland||09:15||SS11|
|19-Mar-2018||West Indies v Zimbabwe||09:15||SS2|
|21-Mar-2018||West Indies v Scotland||09:15||SS2|
|22-Mar-2018||UAE v Zimbabwe||09:15||SS12|
|23-Mar-2018||Ireland v Afghanistan||09:15||SS6 / SS6|
|25-Mar-2018||TBC||09:15||SS6 / SS6|