Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar praises opener Shikhar Dhawan and middle-order batsman Ravindra Jadeja for their efforts in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 semi-final, which helped India reach the final.
The Champions Trophy will fade into history after the last edition ends on Sunday with world's top two ranked cricket teams playing the final - and India aiming to win the trophy outright.
India are at the top of the summit and England are the next best, way down on points, eight points separating them. This huge difference is reflected in the odds favouring India by on-line betting sites in Britain.
India are not only looking to take on England's challenge, but also want to prove that all the shenanigans of the Indian Premier League hardly any effect on their cricket out in the field. They can't think of a better ending to the tournament that holding the trophy aloft Sunday nightfall.
If they, India will be winning the trophy outright for the first time, having shared it with hosts Sri Lanka in 2002 and losing the inaugural final against New Zealand in Nairobi two years earlier. A win will also be a great way to commemorate India's 30 years of 1983 World Cup triumph.