All the talking points from a seminal tournament in the sport’s history.
Bangladesh and West Indies completed whitewashes; Afghanistan beat Ireland; Jadeja will not play in the Ranji Trophy final; and Starc will return mid-tour to watch Healy play in the final.
This is South Africa's second appearance in the top four (they had also made it in 2014), while Australia's is an all-too-familiar experience.
It’s a rematch of their 2018 T20 World Cup semi-final, and this time, India will hope to right an old wrong.
Perry out of T20 World Cup, Australia make semi-finals, and du Plessis returns
Beleaguered West Indies take on semi-finalists South Africa in a virtual dead-rubber in Group B.
The match is a virtual quarterfinal: the winner will qualify for the semi-final (along with table toppers India) and take on the table topper from Group B.
Having lost all three respective matches in the Group of Death, both Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are out of the race for the semi-final.
A win here will assure England a place in the top four, while West Indies will be as good as knocked out if they lose.
A win will ensure South Africa a top four berth. On the other hand, while Pakistan will still stay alive even if they lose here, their chances of qualification will be bleak.