Dhaka, Mar 19: India and England have automatically qualified for the quarter-finals of the World Cup after South Africa thrashed Bangladesh by 206 runs in their Group B clash in Dhaka today.
India is currently in the second place in Group B with seven points from five games, while England is third with seven points from six games.
South Africa takes the top place with 10 points, while Bangladesh ended their campaign with six points.
The West Indies also have six points, but Bangladesh's run-rate is so poor that even a massive win by India over Darren Sammy's men on Sunday will not help them.
Defending champions Australia are facing Pakistan in Colombo, where the winner will be assured top spot in Group A.
Both sides, as well as Sri Lanka and New Zealand, have already made it to the last eight.
Earlier in the day, Bangladesh, chasing 285 to win in Dhaka, were bowled out for a paltry 78 in the 28th over, the third lowest World Cup total of all time, the Sydney Morning Herald reports
Fast bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe grabbed 3-14 on his World Cup debut and off-spinner Robin Peterson claimed 4-12 to star with the ball after Jacques Kallis made 69 and Faf du Plessis hit a run-a-ball 52 to lift South Africa to 284-8.
Hashim Amla (51) and skipper Graeme Smith (45) were also in the runs. (ANI)