Australia Women confirmed a semi-final berth following a comfortable 8-wicket victory over Indian Eves in ongoing ICC Women s World Cup 2017. Following the victory, skipper Meg Lanning stated that her side is focused on the next game rather than thinking about the semi-final. Australia faced India in Wednesday s clash and defeated Mithali Raj s side after they managed only 226 for 7 in 50 overs. Riding on fifties from Lanning and Ellyse Perry, Australia conquered the target in 45.1 overs and have a chance to finish on top in the points table. With both Australia and South Africa through to the next round, they will bank upon this game to remove the chinks in their armours ahead of the knockout stage.