The Papua New Guinea cricket team might not be at the World Cup but they still have a bumper international schedule to look forward to.
The Barramundi's beat Hong Kong in their first ever One Day International matches in November last year.
Full ODI status guarantees them regular matches against other top-ranked teams.
Head coach Dipak Patel says they've been allocated a busy calendar, including matches against a number of World Cup teams.
"We'll be playing against Afghanistan, UAE, Scotland and Ireland and Hong Kong so over the next 18 months we've got to play each other home and away, in both forms of the game, so we play two one-day internationals and a four-day international so the next 12 to 18 months is going to be very busy for the Barramundi's".
Australia is also keen to play PNG and Dipak Patel says once their immediate schedule is sorted they expect to begin discussions about when and where that series might take place.