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Scotland and their counterparts from Afghanstan were ready for a shortened international match (to three days after the first planned day was lost to rain) at New Williamfield, Stirling. Scotland's opening Intercontinental Cup clash with Afghanistan has been reduced to three days. Andrew Umeed faced the Afghanistan attack as one of the pair of openers.
The winners of the Associate-member tournament will play the tenth side in the Test rankings in 2018 for the chance to step up to the top level.

Ger Harley, SportPix.org.uk, 3 June 2015
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Scotland v Afghanistan | Cricket international Stirling | 3 June 2015
Scotland and their counterparts from Afghanstan were ready for a shortened international match (to three days after the first planned day was lost to rain) at New Williamfield, Stirling.  Scotland's opening Intercontinental Cup clash with Afghanistan has been reduced to three days. Andrew Umeed faced the Afghanistan attack as one of the pair of openers.<br />
The winners of the Associate-member tournament will play the tenth side in the Test rankings in 2018 for the chance to step up to the top level. <br />
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Ger Harley, SportPix.org.uk, 3 June 2015