Under-19 World Cup: England to play Australia in quarter-finals after beating Canada
Watch England's Under-19 World Cup quarter-final with Australia, live on Sky Sports Cricket from 9.25pm on Monday night
Last Updated: 20/01/18 10:30am
England Under-19s sealed a World Cup quarter-final clash with Australia after hammering Canada by 282 runs in their final Group C fixture.
Liam Banks (120 from 114 balls) and Will Jacks (102 from 82) scored centuries and Jack Davies hit a quick-fire 57 from 36 deliveries as England racked up 383-7 after being inserted in Queenstown.
Prem Sisodiya then claimed three wickets with his left-arm spin as Canada were bundled out for 101 in 31.5 overs - six of their batsmen failing to score.
England's win ensured they topped their group, following victories over Namibia and Bangladesh earlier in the week, and they will now meet Group B runners-up Australia in Lincoln, a game you can watch live on Sky Sports Cricket from 9.25pm on Monday.
Under-19 World Cup quarter-finals:
England v Australia, 9.25pm, Monday, Sky Sports Cricket
Pakistan v South Africa, 9.25pm, Tuesday, Sky Sports Cricket
New Zealand v Afghanistan, 9.25pm, Wednesday, Sky Sports Cricket
India v Bangladesh, 9.25pm, Thursday, Sky Sports Cricket
Hosts New Zealand will play Afghanistan in the last eight after beating South Africa by 71 runs in Mount Maunganui to pip the Proteas to top spot in Group A - South Africa will now play Group D winners Pakistan.
South Africa reached 182-4 in the 40th over chasing New Zealand's 279-8 but when Hermann Rolfes was out for 108 they collapsed, losing their last six wickets for 26 runs to be dismissed for 208 - Rachin Ravindra taking 4-32. NEW ZEALAND v SOUTH AFRICA SCORECARD
2016 champions Windies failed to qualify for the quarter-finals after losing their opening two Group A encounters to New Zealand and South Africa - but did end the pool phase with a 222-run thrashing of Kenya in Lincoln. WINDIES v KENYA SCORECARD
Bhaskar Yadram (5-18) and Jeavor Royal (4-25) took nine wickets between them as Kenya were dismissed for 96 chasing Windies 318-7, in which Alick Athanaze hit an unbeaten 116.
Ireland also won at the third time of asking, defeating Afghanistan by four runs in a thrilling Group D encounter in Whangarei. AFGHANISTAN v IRELAND SCORECARD
Afghanistan needed 10 runs from the final two overs and seven from the last to trump Ireland's 225-8, but Max Neville dismissed last man Qais Ahmed with the second ball of the 50th over as Afghanistan slipped to 221 all out.
Canada v Papua New Guinea
Zimbabwe v Namibia
Sri Lanka v Kenya
Windies v Ireland