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Virender Sehwag could miss India's final World Cup group match against the West Indies, it emerged on Saturday.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni confirmed that the opening batsman is doubtful for the clash in Chennai after suffering a knee injury.
"Viru (Sehwag) has got an allergic reaction in his right knee," said Dhoni. "So we will take that call (about whether to play him) either in the evening or on the morning of the game."
Test opener Gautam Gambhir looks most likely to partner Sachin Tendulkar at the top of the order if Sehwag is ruled out.
Dhoni's comments came before South Africa completed a crushing 206-run win over Bangladesh in Dhaka on Saturday.
The victory guaranteed India a quarter-final spot, regardless of Sunday's result against the West Indies.
West Indies, meanwhile, also earned qualification with a game to spare in Group B but are keen to build confidence ahead of the knockout phase.
Bangladesh remain the only Test team they have beaten in an ODI in almost two years, a monkey they must get off their back soon.
They came close against England last time out, but a late collapse kept them waiting.
"We haven't beaten a top team in 20 months and we would like to do that," said coach Ottis Gibson on the WICB website.
"We had another opportunity against England and didn't take it but we are getting closer."
Gibson believes youngsters in the side are giving them a chance of ending the hoodoo.
"Our young brigade has done a great job in bowling," he said. "Andre Russell is only playing his second international match and he did very well with the ball to take four wickets against England. He returned with the bat and took us close to what would have been a remarkable victory."
"You saw the emergence of young Davendra Bishoo, another little gem we've known about for a while. He came here and did a great job for us with his leg-spinners. Fast bowler Kemar Roach did great, all those guys are under 25. We are starting to show the resilience we are going to need to beat teams like England and India on Sunday and the big boys."
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