With three wins from four matches, South Africa had already qualified for the semifinals from this group and they will be joined by the winners of the match between Sri Lanka and New Zealand, who both have four points each.
England have only one win from three matches while the Netherlands are yet to register a victory in the group.
England definitely will start as favourites in on Monday's dead rubber against the minnows.
England have been hit hard by the loss against New Zealand via Duckworth-Lewis method in their tournament opener.
But the Stuart Broad-led side came back strongly to beat Sri Lanka in the next match.
However, the three-run defeat against South Africa last night dashed England's any hopes of progressing to the knock-out stage.
Chasing an imposing 197-run target set by South Africa, England came pretty close to a memorable win before finishing at 193 for seven. And the defeat would definitely have hurt the morale of the team.
England's batting has not been a concern in the tournament as they managed to score 170 plus runs in all the three matches.
Alex Hales has impressed at the opening slot while Eoin Morgan, Joss Butler and Ravi Bopara have held together the middle order with useful contributions.


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