ACC Premier League
The ACC Premier League is a One Day cricket tournament run by the Asian Cricket Council that is contested between its members nations in League system. It has evolved from the former ACC Trophy Elite cricket competition and played under three divisions; Premier, Ellite and Challenge. It gives Associate and Affiliate members of the Asian Cricket Council experience of international one-day cricket and also helps form an essential part of regional rankings. The first tournament was held in Malaysia in May 2014.
|Administrator||Asian Cricket Council|
|Format||50 overs per side|
|Tournament format||Round robin event|
|Number of teams||18|
|Most runs||Usman Ghani (228)|
|Most wickets||Sompal Kami (15)|
2014 ACC Premier LeagueEdit
|United Arab Emirates||5||3||2||0||0||6||+0.214|
2014 ACC Elite LeagueEdit
The first tournament of second division of ACC Premier League was held in Singapore between 7–13 June 2014.Singapore won the tournament and qualified for 2016 ACC Premier League and Saudi Arabia finishing second qualified for 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six.