News, match reports, statistics and videos as Bangladesh host the 2014 Asia Cup with Afghanistan, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka all battling for the title.
Lahiru Thirmanne hit his third One-Day International century to lead Sri Lanka to their fifth Asia Cup.
There was no one standout candidate for this week's Cricket World Player of the Week award, although cricketing action on three different continents has produced plenty of contenders.
Debashish Das says that less than 12 months away from the 2015 World Cup, Indian cricket is in 'a pathetic state' following a disappointing Asia Cup campaign in Bangladesh.
The final group game of the Asia Cup 2014 proved to be a low-scoring affair won by Sri Lanka, who beat Bangladesh by three wickets to make it four wins out of four ahead of Saturday's final against Pakistan.
India rounded off their disappointing Asia Cup campaign by thrashing Afghanistan in Mirpur.
Debashish Das tracks the history of cricket in Afghanistan and celebrates their incredible rise to playing and beating some of the best sides in the world.
Shahid Afridi blasted 59 in 25 balls as Pakistan overhauled a target of 327 to beat Bangladesh with a ball remaining and set up an Asia Cup final against Sri Lanka on Saturday.
The focus in this weeks Around The Grounds is on England taking on the West Indies in a close fought low scoring match. Stephen Parry caught a lot of peoples attention taking 3 wickets on his debut.
Sri Lanka qualified for the final of the Asia Cup 2014 in emphatic style as they thrashed Afghanistan by 129 runs in their penultimate group game.
Shahid Afridi hit the third and fourth balls of the final over for sixes as Pakistan scored a dramatic one-wicket win over India in game six of the Asia Cup in Mirpur.
Game five of the Asia Cup 2014 saw Afghanistan make history with their first ever One-Day International victory over a Test-playing side, beating Bangladesh by 32 runs in Fatullah.
Sri Lanka took their second win of the Asia Cup 2014 in thrilling fashion as they defeated India by two wickets with four balls to spare in game four in Fatullah.
Pakistan survived an early scare against tournament newcomers Afghanistan to win their Asia Cup clash in Fatullah by 72 runs and take their first victory of the competition.