The West Indies will take on England at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday.
Eoin Morgan's side defeated New Zealand, also by seven wickets, on Wednesday.
Hard lines to India. The examination has as of now started, as you may envision. MS Dhoni has been inquired as to whether he will keep focused the question and answer session.
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India's fantasies of a World Twenty20 title on home soil were broken on Thursday after the West Indies dazed the hosts by seven wickets to achieve the last.
Lendl Simmons let go a touchy 82 off 51 balls as the Windies softened Indian hearts up the semi-last conflict at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium with only two balls to save and will now confront England in Sunday's last in Kolkata.
The West Indies went into the last over requiring eight to win and Indian commander Mahendra Singh Dhoni gave the ball to talisman Virat Kohli, who prior scored an unbeaten 89.
Simmons snatched a solitary off the principal ball before Andre Russell crushed a four and six as the Windies finished on 196 for three after India made 192 for two.
Simmons hit seven fours and five sixes while opener Johnson Charles indented 52, including seven fours and two sixes.
It was not intended to be that path for India after Chris Gayle's wicket was taken right on time for only five runs however the hosts were left to mourn a no-ball at a urgent stage.
Hardik Pandya thought he had taken Simmons in the fifteenth over when he was gotten by Ravichandran Ashwin yet the umpire decided that it was a no ball and the Windies star capitalized on his fortunes as he ventured on the quickening agent.
Simmons, who was a late swap for the harmed Andre Fletcher, was given significant backing by Russell who hit an unbeaten 43 off 20 balls, including four sixes as the West Indies made a dash for the completing line.
Ashwin persevered through some severe discipline because of the West Indies batsmen, going for 20 keeps running in his two overs.
His kindred spinner Ravindra Jadeja was likewise hit around the ground, surrendering 48 keeps running in his wicketless four-over spell.
The Indian bowlers now and again experienced difficulty getting any hold in the overwhelming dew at the Wankhede.
Kohli had before hit 11 fours and one six in his 47-ball thump as India set an objective of 193, viewed as a less than impressive score on a pitch which has seen a dining experience of keeps running amid the competition.
Kohli infused quite required life into the hosts' innings after a moderate begin from openers Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane.
Sharma hit three fours and three sixes in his 31-ball 43 while Rahane took 35 conveyances to achieve 40, scoring just two fours and no sixes.
Kohli, who entered the brawl in the eighth over after Sharma was knocked down some pins lbw by Samuel Badree, increased the rhythm, to the enjoyment of a stuffed group at the 33,000-seater stadium.
The thrashing could spell the end of Dhoni's rule as India's skipper in short frame cricket in spite of the fact that there was no quick declaration from the 34-year-old about his future.
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