The 2014 Asia Cup is underway, pitting the continent's best teams against each other in a series of One Day Internationals that are designed to promote healthy competition between each nation.
First held in 1984, this 12th edition of the tournament sees Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan go head-to-head in a Round Robin format from Feb. 25 to Mar. 6, before the eventual final on Mar. 8.
Matches will be played at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium in Fattulah, Pakistan, and the Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh.
Pakistan are the defending champions after capturing 2012's crown and are be expected to perform across their four matches in the now bi-annual tournament. Afghanistan, the only non-Test-playing nation to feature, will participate in a competition that utilises more than 50 overs per match for the first time.