Edinburgh: Rahmat Shah hit 113 while Hashmatullah Shahidi and Mohammad Shahzad made half-centuries as Afghanistan defeated Scotland by two runs in a rain-hit ODI on Friday.
Scotland made 325 for seven from their 50 overs with Calum MacLeod hitting 100 and captain Kyle Coetzer supporting him with 79.
Afghanistan reached 269 for three with 31 balls remaining when rain forced the players off the field and they were eventually declared the winners on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method.
Hashmatullah Shahidi finished with an unbeaten 59 while opener Mohammad Shahzad hit 55.
The first match that was scheduled for Wednesday was called off without a ball being bowled because of rain.
Afghanistan are one of just 10 teams taking part in the World Cup which gets underway in England and Wales on May 30.