Player of the Match
Player of the Match

So now we know, 12 teams whittled down to two and it will be Sri Lanka v West Indies in the final on Sunday, 7pm IST, once again in Colombo. And shortly beforehand the Women's final takes place between England and Australia, 2.30pm start for that one. We'll be here as per usual bringing you all the best coverage, reaction and analysis. So make sure you join us then. From Sid Monga and myself, Alex Winter, see you Sunday...

So to the Presentation and George Bailey: "We were absolutely outplayed," he says. "Gayle was subdued for a while but while he's at the crease he's always in your mind. But we set ourselves to get to the semi-finals and I don't think there's one area specifically where we can improve on. But from tonight you can probably say all three!"

"We did what we had to do, everybody turned up. Chris and Marlon set it up for us and then the bowling turned up too," he says with a smile. "If you look at the quality in the dressing room, if we go out on the field and execute we can beat any team." Man of the Match for his 75 from 41 balls is Chris Gayle, the big man came good today for his side, can he do it in the big one on Sunday...

Start the Gangnam Style, West Indies have won by 74 runs and qualify for the World T20 final against Sri Lanka on Sunday. Congratulations to all in the Caribbean, their first final since 2006 Champions Trophy. They have been totally dominant today. Their big hitters fired with the bat, Chris Gayle in particular, as they posted a wonderfully entertaining score of over 200, the highest total in this year's competition. Australia also needed their big bashers to come off but Warner and Watson were removed in a hurry and the rest fell away but for a fine counterattack from George Bailey though the captain's knock was in vain.

16.4
W
Rampaul to Starc, OUT, swing and miss, bowled him and it's all over. A length ball, clips the off bail, perfect delivery to end the game, aimed for the leg side and was a long way off

MA Starc b Rampaul 2 (17m 5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 40.00

16.3
3
Rampaul to Doherty, 3 runs, goes to play to leg, comes off the pad into the gully, slip fields again, and again the silly throw gives away an overthrow, in fact two of them

Australia 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st2SR WatsonDA Warner
2nd20MEK HusseySR Watson
3rd7SR WatsonCL White
4th13CL WhiteGJ Bailey
5th0DJ HusseyGJ Bailey
6th1GJ BaileyMS Wade
7th68GJ BaileyPJ Cummins
8th0MA StarcPJ Cummins
9th10GB HoggMA Starc
10th10XJ DohertyMA Starc

ICC Men's T20 World Cup

Group 1
TeamMWLPTNRR
SL33060.998
WI3214-0.375
ENG3122-0.397
NZ3030-0.169
Group 2
TeamMWLPTNRR
AUS32140.464
PAK32140.273
INDIA3214-0.274
SA3030-0.421
Group A
TeamMWLPTNRR
INDIA22042.825
ENG21120.65
AFG2020-3.475
Group B
TeamMWLPTNRR
AUS22042.184
WI2011-1.855
IRE2011-2.092
Group C
TeamMWLPTNRR
SA22043.598
SL21121.852
ZIM2020-3.624
Group D
TeamMWLPTNRR
PAK22040.706
NZ21121.15
BDESH2020-1.868