The Bangladesh cricket team will be playing against Afghanistan's in the latest game of the 2014 Asia Cup series at 2 p.m. BST.
Pakistan will be facing off against Afghanistan on Saturday afternoon in the fifth game of the 2014 ACC's Asia Cup. The teams will be squaring off at Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium in Fatullah, Bangladesh, home to the first five cricket matches in the 2014 Asia Cup.
Four games into the Asia Cup, neither Bangaldesh nor Afghanistan have had much luck. Bangladesh lost to Sri Lanka in the second game of the Asia Cup, losing by six Wickets. Afghanistan lost to Pakistan in the third game of the tournament, losing by 72 runs.
The key players going into Saturday's game may not have led their teams to victory in their first Asian Cup games, but they could prove themselves even more Saturday.
Bangladesh seamer Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has an economy rate of 4.88 per over and is expected to be an operator with the new ball, via Bleacher Report.
Meanwhile, Afghanistan opener Noor Ali Zadran helped his team get off to a strong start in their game against Pakistan with 44 from 63 balls.
Saturday's Bangladesh vs. Afghanistan cricket game in the 2014 Asia Cup series can be viewed via live stream at 2 p.m. BST here.