Reigning ODI World Champions England beat India by eight wickets to enter the final of the ICC Women's World T20 on Friday.
England will meet Australia in the final who eliminated hosts and last edition's winners West Indies by 71 runs in the first semi-final.
India started with a surpise as skipper Harmanpreet Kaur
announed their seniormost player Mithali Raj
would not be featuring in the playing XI.
India won the toss and decided to bat first on the slow wicket, the start wasn't bad eiher as Tanya Bhatia and Smriti Mandhana gave a good momentum with balanced batting.
India collapsed to 112 in 19.2 overs with opener Smriti Mandhana scoring 33 off 24 balls.England chased down the target in 17.1 overs
Tanya departed after scoring 11 runs and then Jemimah Rodrigues quickly got into action, adding boundaries and singles, she went on to score 26 runs in as many balls.
India captain Harmanpreet Kaur
struggled a bit with the runs and lost her wicket in desperation, after her dismissal, the remaining line-up collapsed in no time and India could not savour on the momentum given by the top order.
Kirstie Gordon (2/20), skipper Heather Knight (3/9) and Sophie Ecclestone (2/22) wreaked havoc as seven Indian batters failed to get into double figures on a day when Women In Blue decided to drop their seniormost player Mithali Raj.
In India's reply, England suffered early jolt as Tammy Beaumont was dismissed on the score of 1 run by Radha Yadav and then the other opener Danielle Wyatt too perished scoring 8 runs.
England were 24-2 and needed a good partnership. Amy Jones and Natalie Sciver just rose to the occasion and executed the chase skillfully.
The duo picked singles whereever it came, went for big shots too and did not face much resistance from Indian bowlers.
Jones (53 no off 45 balls) and Sciver (52 no off 40 balls) added 92 runs for third wicket to take their team to the summit clash.