The first match between the teams which are already knocked out is here. The Windies and Afghanistan are booked to bolt horns at the Headingley in Leeds. The two groups are as of now thumped out of the super occasion in England and Wales. With just pride to play for, the base positioned sides would be quick to end their battle in the lofty competition on a positive note.
The Windies have lost everything after their success versus Pakistan in Nottingham. Jason Holder’s men were associated with two or three close diversions versus New Zealand and Sri Lanka. Be that as it may, in the two examples, they missed the mark. Indeed, even the Afghans got the opportunity of bringing down India and Pakistan in a few humdingers. Shockingly, Gulbadin Naib’s men lost those recreations are as yet searching for the lady triumph.