Eoin Morgan (right) was confident of England's chances despite another poor outing with the bat.
Joe Root walks off after a 44-ball 83.
Mitchell McClenaghan celebrates taking the vital wicket of Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Santner (centre) scored an useful 18 runs and picked four wickets as well.
India and New Zealand practise at Nagpur
Hashim Amla's knock of 97 included eight boundaries and four sixes.
Ramdin, Bravo star in 13-run win over Warwickshire
Kyle Abbott (left) and David Miller (right) celebrating the victory.
Delhi Daredevils rope in Rahul Dravid and Paddy Upton
Earlier in the game, Imran Tahir picked a four-wicket haul for the Proteas.
AB de Villiers leads from front as South Africa seal series win
Alzarri Joseph (right) celebrating the wicket of Indian skipper Ishan Kishan (left).
Virender Sehwag (right) was stumped on nine in the final of the MCL.
Robin Peterson (left) registered figures of 10 for two in the semi-final against the Virgo Super Kings.
Chris Morris reached his fifty in just 30 deliveries.
West Indies beat Bangladesh to cruise into U-19 World Cup Final
Indian players shaking hands with the Sri Lankan players after the semi-final win.
Umair Masood (left) scored 113 for Pakistan in the quarter-finals.
West Indies celebrating their win over Pakistan in the quarter-finals.
Avishka Fernando scored a 96-ball 95 for Sri Lanka against England in the ICC U-19 World Cup quarter-final.
Kumar Sangakkara scored a 34-ball 51 for the Gemini Arabians against Virgo Super Kings.
Alex Hales reacts after getting dismissed for 99 in the second ODI against South Africa.
India storm into semi-finals with powerful all-round performance
Andrew Symonds scored an unbeaten 62 for Capricorn Commanders against Libra Legends.
Zakir Hasan (right) celebrating his fifty against Nepal in the quarter-final.
Shaun Snyder scored a 42-ball 56 for Zimbabwe against Canada.
Azhar Mahmood scored 48 and picked up two wickets as well.
Mahela Jayawardene scored 124 off 60 deliveries for the Sagittarius Strikers.
Kyle Verreynne scored a match-winning 77 for South Africa.
Quinton de Kock celebrating his century in the first ODI in Bloemfontein.