England, who have excelled on all fronts in their last two matches, will look to further establish their ascendancy when they face Afghanistan, who are currently placed last on the points table, on Tuesday, 18 June.
England is the team with 6 points in the 4 matches with 3 wins against West Indies, South Africa and Bangladesh. There are concerns over the fitness of skipper Eoin Morgan and opening batsman Jason Roy, who left the field midway against West Indies due to injuries, with the latter being ruled out for a minimum of two matches due to hamstring injury.
Afghanistan are yet to register their first win in the tournament with 4 losses in the four matches they played so far. The Gulbadin Naib-led side will have to put together a complete performance if they are to challenge the top-ranked England side.
Matches Played: 1
England Wins: 1 (100%)
Afghanistan Wins: 0 (0%)
No Result - 8
ENGLAND: – W W L W W (excellent form)
AFGHANISTAN:- L L L L W (poor form)
* The details written above are recorded before 1 June 2019. New stats would be updated soon.