Plans to cut the number of teams in the next World Cup are unlikely to be changed, according to the head of the ICC.
Trent Johnston says Scotland, Ireland, UAE and Afghanistan will have learnt a lot from the 2015 World Cup.
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England avoided further humiliation by bowing out of the World Cup with a nine-wicket D/L victory over Afghanistan.
England have already been knocked out but will hope to at least end on a winning note when they face Afghanistan on Friday.
All-rounders Chris Woakes and Moeen Ali have been ruled out of England's final World Cup match against Afghanistan.
Read how Eoin Morgan's side ended a poor World Cup on a high note
David Warner’s career-best 178 helped Australia to the highest score in World Cup history and a crunching win over Afghanistan.
Samiullah Shenwari says Afghanistan are relishing the prospect of taking on Australia after defeating Scotland.
Afghanistan beat Scotland by one wicket with just three balls to spare in Dunedin to win their first ever World Cup match.
A look ahead to tonight's World Cup matches between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, and Afghanistan v Scotland.
Mahela Jayawardene’s century earned Sri Lanka a nervous four-wicket World Cup victory over Afghanistan.
Trent Johnston enjoyed seeing Ireland thump the West Indies and promises more World Cup shocks.
Afghanistan’s first World Cup match ended in frustration as they slipped to a 105-run defeat to Bangladesh.
Afghanistan did not give a “true reflection” of their abilities in their World Cup loss to Bangladesh, says coach Andy Moles.
Daniel Vettori bamboozled Afghanistan with his spin bowling as New Zealand secured their fifth win at the World Cup.
Ahead of Afghanistan's first match at the World Cup, Paul Vinnell tells the story of the time he played against them in 2006.
Trent Johnston assesses Afghanistan's meteoric rise and the challenge of developing new talent.
Afghanistan beat United Arab Emirates by 14 runs in the final World Cup warm-up match before the tournament starts.
Rohit Sharma smashed another hundred as India beat Afghanistan by 153 runs in their World Cup warm-up game in Adelaide.
David Lloyd kicks off his birthday celebrations with Ireland and has his say on England's Test squad.
Andrew Strauss expects Jonathan Trott to open the batting for England in the Test series against West Indies.
Bob Willis marks England's players and coach after a dismal World Cup showing. Do you agree with his scores?
Alastair Cook's non-involvement in England's World Cup debacle will have done his reputation no harm, says Mike Atherton.