Hosts India have won the inaugural Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup by beating rivals Pakistan by 29 runs in the final in Bangalore.
Pakistan's only defeat in the competition came after India posted 258 for eight and defended that total by restricting Pakistan to 229 for eight in reply in a high-scoring match.
Hosts India will take as yet undefeated rivals Pakistan in the final of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore after both sides won their semi-finals convincingly.
Pakistan, who took a record of eight straight wins into their match against England, made it nine wins in a row courtesy of a nine-wicket win.
England will meet favourites Pakistan in the semi-finals of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup after both teams won their final group games.
India will play Sri Lanka in the other knockout game following the conclusion of the round robin group stage.
There were wins for Australia, India, Pakistan and the West Indies in the penultimate round of group matches at the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore.
Pakistan continued their relentless, as yet undefeated charge with a nine-wicket hammering of Sri Lanka, who have also enjoyed a strong tournament.
India bounced back from their loss to arch-rivals Pakistan to hand Nepal a huge 249-run defeat as the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup group stage heads towards a conclusion.
Elsewhere, Pakistan kept on winning, beating Bangladesh by 10 wickets, the West Indies beat South Africa and England beat Australia.
Pakistan claimed an eight-wicket win over arch-rivals India to qualify for the semi-finals of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore.
Elsewhere, England beat Nepal by 10 wickets and Sri Lanka beat the West Indies by 28 runs.