India have hammered Nepal in a rain-hit match to survive a scare and reach the Super Four stage of the 2023 Asia Cup.
India’s opening match against Pakistan, who were the first team to move into the next round, was abandoned after just one innings in a twist to their tournament hopes.
Sri Lanka and Afghanistan will face off in the final match of the first round on Tuesday night (AEST), with the winner booking the final spot. The loser will join Nepal in being eliminated from the tournament.
See below for the resutlts so far and the remaining fixtures with AEST start times.
Every match of the 2023 Asia Cup will be played live and exclusive on Foxtel and streaming platform Kayo.
RESULTS & FIXTURES (all matches start at 7.30pm AEST on dates listed)
Wednesday, August 30 — Pakistan def Nepal by 238 runs in Multan
Thursday, August 31 — Sri Lanka def Bangladesh by 5 wickets in Kandy
Saturday, September 2 — Pakistan vs India — No result, in Kandy
Sunday, September 3 — Bangladesh def Afghanistan by 89 runs in Lahore
Monday, September 4 — India def Nepal by 10 wickets (Duckworth Lewis method) in Kandy
Tuesday, September 5 — Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan, Lahore
SUPER FOUR STAGE
Wednesday, September 6 — Pakistan vs Bangladesh in Lahore
Saturday, September 9 — B1 vs Bangladesh in Colombo
Sunday, September 10 — Pakistan vs India in Colombo
Thursday, September 14 — Pakistan vs B1 in Colombo
Friday, September 15 — India vs Bangladesh in Colombo
Sunday, September 17 — Final (Super Fours 1 vs Super Fours 2), Colombo
Source : Fox Sport