Afghanistan achieved a historic win in the fourth ODI against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo on Thursday, winning by 100 runs to draw the series and record only their third ODI win against a Test-playing nation.
Afghanistan won just their second ODI against a Test-playing nation, beating Zimbabwe by two wickets in the third ODI in Bulawayo on Tuesday, pulling the series back to two-one.
Batsman Sikandar Raza upstaged fellow centurion Usman Ghani, as Zimbabwe welcomed a comfortable eight-wicket win - and vital two-nil series lead - over Afghanistan in Sunday's second ODI at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo.
Zimbabwe emerged six-wicket victors over Afghanistan in the first ODI in Bulawayo on Friday, reaching the 224 required with 28 balls to spare thanks to an all-round top-order effort.
Zimbabwe and Afghanistan have never met in international cricket - and this month's maiden ODI series will bring plenty of opportunity to increase the distance from Ireland and gain ground on Bangladesh.