Men In Blue seal a semifinal berth after a 28-run win over Bangladesh.
Twist in the tale as Bumrah yorks Rubel Hossain to leave Bangladesh at 286/9.
Mohammad Saifuddin's blistering 37-ball half-century keeps Bangladesh's hopes alive.
Will the tail-enders seal it for Bangladesh?
After 47 overs, Bangladesh are 279/8.
Bangladesh needs 51 off 30 balls.
At 45 overs, Bangladesh are 256-8
Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza dismissed by Bhuvaneshwar Kumar.
M Mortaza 8 (5) c Dhoni b Kumar
Bangladesh need 64 runs from 36 balls.
At 44 overs, Bangladesh are at 251-7
Sabbir Rahman gets bowled by death over specialist Jasprit Bumrah. Bangladesh in all sorts of trouble now.
Shabbir Rahman 36 (36) b Bumrah
After 43.1 overs, Bangladesh are 245-7
Bangladesh are slowly trying to reverse the pressure on India.
Sabbir Rahman - 30 (23)
Mohammad Saifuddin - 19 (20)
After 40 overs, Bangladesh are 225 -6
An expensive over by Chahal offers some respite to the Tigers.
After 39 overs, Bangladesh are 219-6
A good over for Bangladesh as they make 21 runs off Mohammed Shami.
After 38 overs, Bangladesh are 208-6.
Yes! India have got the big fish and it's Shakib Al Hasan. Is it the end of Bangladeshi hopes?
Shakib departs for a 74-ball 66 as Bangladesh are reeling at 179/6.
Jasprit Bumrah castles Mossadek Hossain.
Bangladesh have now lost half their side as the scorecard reads 173/5.
Pandya picks up his second wicket as Liton Das departs.
Bangladesh are 162/4 in the 30th over.
Shakib's half-century helps Bangladesh gain command in this big run chase.
Yuzvendra Chahal breaks the dangerous partnership as gets rid off Mushfiqur Rahim.
After 23 overs, Bangladesh are 121/3.
Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim rebuild for Bangladesh.
After 20 overs, Bangladesh are 104/1.
Hardik Pandya strikes in his first over as he scalps Soumya Sarkar.
Bangladesh are 74/2.
Mohammed Shami beats Tamim Iqbal with a beautiful delivery.
Bangladesh are 39/1.
Indian bowlers gunning for quick wickets.
After 8 overs, Bangladesh are 34/0.
A maiden over from Jasprit Bumrah. Just what the Men In Blue needed when Tamim Iqbal looked to accelerate Bangladesh's innings.
After 4 overs, Bangladesh are 16/0.
Tamim Iqbal playing some fluent strokes in Bangladesh's big run chase.
After 3 overs, Bangladesh are 16/0.
What a comeback by Bhuvneshwar Kumar! He has started India's defence on a good note.
Bangladesh are 1/0 after their first over.
India look to seal their last four berth as Bangladesh batsmen come out to the middle for the run chase.
After a promising start, Bangladesh restrict India to 314/9 in their 50 overs.
MS Dhoni dismissed for 35.
MS Dhoni 35(33) c Shakib b Mustafizur
13 runs come off the 48th over.
MS Dhoni - 35(30)
B. Kumar - 1(2)
After 49 overs, India are 311-6
India reach 300 at 47.5 overs.
Dinesh Karthik is dismissed while attempting to play a pull shot.
D Karthik 8(9) c Mosaddek Hossain b Mustafizur
After 47.2 overs, India are 298-6
Rishab Pant dismissed for 48.
R Pant 48(41) c Mosaddek Hossain b Shakib
After 44.1 overs, India are 277-5
Rishab Pant begins to accelerate the innings with three conseutive boundaries in the over.
MS Dhoni - 1(3)
Rishab Pant - 36(25)
After 40 overs, India are 251-4
Hardik Pandya goes for a duck.
H Pandya 0(2) c Soumya Sarkar b Mustafizur
Skipper Kohli departs for 26 runs.
V Kohli 26(27) c Rubel b Mustafizur
After 38.2 overs, India are 237-3
With two new batsmen at the crease, India hope to build a strong partnership that will guide them to a formidable total.
Virat Kohli - 14(16)
Rishab Pant - 9(11)
After 35 overs, India are 211-2
Rishab Pant walks in to the middle at number 4.
KL Rahul dismissed by Rubel Hossain for 77
KL Rahul 77(92) c Rahim b Rubel
After 32.4 overs, India are 195-2
After 30 overs, India are 181-1
After a valiant ton, Rohit Sharma departs for 104.
Rohit Sharma 104(92) c Liton Das b Soumya
Rohit Sharma brings up his fourth ton of the tournament, the most by an Indian batsman in a World Cup.
Sharma is also the leading run scorer in the current World Cup with 539* runs.
Rohit Sharma - 100 (90)
India cruising through at the halfway mark
KL Rahul - 66 (74)
Rohit Sharma - 92 (77)
After 25 overs, India are 162 - 0
India are moving ahead consistently, with both Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul looking well set
KL Rahul - 57 (63)
Rohit Sharma - 61 (58)
After 20 overs, India are 122-0
KL Rahul brings up his half-century off 57 balls
KL Rahul - 50 (57)
100 partnership up for India in 17.2 overs.
KL Rahul - 44 (54 )
Rohit Sharma - 57 (54 )
After 18 overs, India are - 105-0
Yet another half-century for Hitman Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma - 50(45)
After 14.4 overs, India are 85-0
After 12 overs, India are at 73-0
India are looking very confident as openers KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma are putting up a partnership that is frustrating the Tigers
After 10 overs, India are 69-0
Fifty comes up for India in 8.2 overs
KL Rahul - 22
Rohit Sharma - 28
After 8.2 overs, India are 53-0
Rohit Sharma dropped at 9 runs by Tamim Iqbal
After 4.4 overs, India are 19-0
India begin their innings with Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul set to open for the Men in Blue
India: Lokesh Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli(c), Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik, MS Dhoni(w), Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah
Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Liton Das, Mosaddek Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman
India wins the toss, elects to bat
India - Dinesh Karthik and Bhuvaneshwar Kumar in, Kedhar Jadhav and Kuldeep Yadav out
Bangladesh - Rubel Hossain and Sabbir Rahman in
A fine and dry day is in store with sunny spells in between amid some cloud cover. No signs of rain playing spoilsport in today's contest as the Men in Blue look to beat the Tigers to get the one point they need to go through to the semi-finals.
Max temp - 19-degree Celcius
Min Temp - 9-degree Celcius
Precipitation - 0%
Team India who were enjoying an undisputed run in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 suffered their first defeat against the hosts England by 31 runs on Sunday. India will now be up against a spirited Bangladesh side at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Tuesday. The two teams will be playing on a used wicket and it remains to be seen how they will be able to make good use of the conditions.
Despite the loss, India only need a solitary point to make it to the semifinals. They have won five of their seven matches and have 11 points in their tally as one against New Zealand was washed away due to rain. Even a washout will ensure their smooth passage into the last four. At the same time, Bangladesh will also be looking to win this match and keep their semifinal hopes alive. The Mashrafe Mortaza-led side are at the sixth spot in the points table with three wins and three losses and seven points in their tally. If Bangladesh do manage to stun India and Pakistan respectively, then they have all the possibility to qualify for their maiden World Cup semifinal.
Even though Virat Kohli & Co. hold the edge, one still cannot count the Bangladesh Tigers out. In the three World Cup appearances between both sides, India have registered two wins while Bangladesh have been successful on one occasion. In fact, it happened during their very first meeting in the quadrennial event in 2007. That loss hampered the spirits of India and they would go on to make a first-round exit a few days later.
India have been one of the powerhouses of World Cricket for a long time now. They have won the World Cup twice and finished as the runners-up once. Meanwhile, Bangladesh have not had the luck of tasting a major success at global events. However, they have been making tremendous progress on the big stage since 2015. Mortaza and his boys reached the quarterfinals of the 2015 World Cup where the then World Champions India halted their progress. They then went on to finish as the semifinalists in ICC Champions Trophy 2017 where their successful campaign was ended by India. Bangladesh have also reached two consecutive Asia Cup finals in 2016 and 2018 respectively but again the Men In Blue shattered their dreams.
Keeping all the records and previous statistics apart, India are currently struggling as they head into the business end of the tournament. Their middle order has been vulnerable since the last three games especially, the one against England. Their last three outings have proved that if the top order fails, then the top-ranked ODI side struggle to get to a huge total. Apart from this issue, injury concerns have also been putting the Indian team in a spot of bother. Their dashing opener Shikhar Dhawan was ruled out of the competition due to a thumb fracture and young Rishabh Pant was roped in as a replacement. Pacer Bhuvaneshwar Kumar was ruled out for a few matches due to a hamstring niggle as Mohammed Shami got an opportunity to prove his potential which he did. The 29-year-old is now India's highest wicket-taker with 13 scalps in three games. The latest player to join this list is all-rounder Vijay Shankar whose World Cup hopes ended due to a toe injury.
While it is almost confirmed that India will be making it to the semis, they would also be looking to test their bench strength in their penultimate league game. If Bhuvi is fit, then India might go with three pacers and drop a spinner i.e. Yuzvendra Chahal after his poor outing against England or all-rounder Kedar Jadhav might make way for another all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja in the Playing XI.