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.
Bangladesh and Zimbabwe will meet in Sylhet on March 1 for the first ODI of the series.
Sri Lanka have taken a 2-0 lead in the 3-match ODI series against West Indies. The teams will now meet for third ODI, at Pallekele.
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.
Stumps, Day 1: India 242 (Shaw 54, Pujara 54, VIhari 55; Jamieson 5/45) lead New Zealand 63/0 (Blundell 29*) by 179 runs.
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.
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Heather Knight tops the batting chart whereas Poonam Yadav continues to lead the batting table.
After crumbling in the T20Is, South Africa will look to give a better account of themselves in the ODIs.
India Women have already qualified for the semi-finals, while Sri Lanka Women need to win both their matches – and hope for more from other sides.
Delhi Bulls won by 8 wickets
Northern Warriors won by 8 wickets
Bangla Tigers won by 8 wickets
Dolphins won by 3 wickets
Odisha Red Women won by 6 wickets
Odisha Purple Women won by 26 runs