Bangladesh look to keep their slim hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the Cricket World Cup alive against Afghanistan.
Despite amassing their highest one-day international total of 333 for eight last Thursday, Bangladesh suffered their third defeat of the tournament when they were beaten by 48 runs against Australia at Trent Bridge.
Their prospects of a semi-final place are hanging in the balance, and even winning their final three group stage matches – starting against Afghanistan at the Hampshire Bowl today – may not be enough as they will have to rely on results from elsewhere.
Afghanistan have won the toss and elected to field.
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