St Lucia: A win alone is not sufficient for India to qualify for semifinals and they will have to beat Sri Lanka by a minimum of 20 runs on batting first and with 2.1 to three overs to spare on batting second in their last Super Eights clash of the T20 World Cup.
Not only India need to win big tomorrow but also require Australia to beat hosts the West Indies in the second match of the day.
And if Australia beat West Indies even by one run, India will be through.
India need to boost their net run-rate which is a dismal -1.578.
However, despite losing to Australia by a huge margin of 81 runs, Sri Lanka have a NRR of -0.600 while West Indies` NRR is -1.057.
India lost its first two Super Eights match to Australia and West Indies to face ouster from the championship.