Melbourne: After securing a semifinal berth, the unbeaten Indian women's cricket team face Sri Lanka in the final Group A match of ICC T20 World Cup at Melbourne tomorrow.

The Indians have so far beaten defending champions Australia, Bangladesh and New Zealand. The Lankans are out of the semifinal race following two losses so far. The Harmanpreet Kaur-led side would look to end its group engagements on a high when it takes on the islanders.

But, the Indians definitely have a few things to worry about, especially their below-par show with the bat, going into the business end of the tournament. In all the previous three outings, India failed to put on big scores on the board.

They managed just 132 runs against Australia, 142 against Bangladesh and 133 vs New Zealand. India's unpredictable middle-order has repeatedly squandered good starts to eventually settle for low scores.

The Indian bowling, however, has been phenomenal in the tournament so far and played a vital role in their smooth entry into the last-four round.

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