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Mar 31, 2014
Sri Lanka and New Zealand are on four points each from three games and the winner of Monday’s Super 10 match at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium will decide which side will join South Africa in the semi-finals from Group 1.
South Africa have finished their Super 10 engagements and have qualified for the semi-finals with six points from four matches.
The win against the Netherlands was the shortest successful run chase ever in Twenty20 Internationals, having completed in just five overs after the Dutch scored just 39.
Sri Lanka, however, lost their next match against England by six wickets in a high-scoring match here with their bowlers failing to stop Alex Hales from scoring 116 from just 64 balls.
With inputs from PTI
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