The West Indies produced an outstanding bowling performance to outclass India by five wickets in the final match to win their maiden U-19 World Cup cricket tournament at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here on Sunday.
Three-time champion India will meet the winner of Bangladesh-West Indies match on 14 February.
Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Namibia, England, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and West Indies qualify for super league quarter-finals.
India's emphatic victory was set-up by fast bowler Avesh Kumar, who claimed three wickets for 34 runs.
Four Asian sides - India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka - advanced to the Super League quarter-finals of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh with their second successive wins on Saturday.
Electing to bat, England made 282 for seven from 50 overs and then bundled out West Indies for 221 in 43.4 overs.
From 55 for 4, former champion rallies to post 268 for 9 on its way to 79-run defeat of Ireland U19.
Sub-continental side canters to 32-run win, its first victory over a Test-playing nation in U-19 World Cup since 2008.
Bandara, Asalanka, Ashan, Vishad hit fifties to take side to 315 for 6, before bowlers ensure 196-run victory.
Tariq's fifty goes in vain as duo bundle out Afghanistan for 126, before side overhauls target with six wickets in hand.