Brisbane, Aug 16: The quarter-final line-up of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2012 was completed on Thursday.
On Thursday, as many as four sides confirmed their berths in the Super League quarter-finals, which will be played in Townsville on 19 and 20 August.
In Group A, England defeated Nepal by 126 runs to set up a quarter-final meeting with South Africa, who had qualified for the last eight stage on Wednesday.
In Group C, India outsmarted Papua New Guinea (PNG) by 107 runs to book a date with traditional rival Pakistan, who defeated New Zealand by five wickets to remain unbeaten in Group B.
Both the England-South Africa and India-Pakistan quarter-final matches will be played at the Tony Ireland Stadium on Sunday and Monday, respectively, and will be covered live by ESPN STAR Sports, an ICC media release said.
Scores in brief (all matches played on Thursday):
Group A - England beat Nepal by 126 runs, Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville
England 274 for seven, 50 overs (Ben Foakes 92, Ben Duckett 55, Alex Davies 45; Rahul Vishvakarma 3-62, Avinash Karn 2-60)
Nepal 148 all out, 46 overs (Subash Khakurel 55, Hasim Ansari 35; Shozair Ali 4-37, Reece Topley 3-10)
Player of the match - Ben Foakes (England)
Group B - Pakistan beat New Zealand by five wickets, Kev Hackney Oval, Sunshine Coast
New Zealand 152 for eight, 50 overs (Henry Walsh 33; Ehsan Ali 2-21, Zia-ul-Haq 2-27, Mohammad Nawaz 2-32)
Pakistan 153 for five, 31.2 overs (Imam-ul-Haq 40, Saad Ali 32; Theo van Woerkom 2-43)
Player of the match - Mohammad Nawaz (Pakistan)
Group C - India beat PNG by 107 runs, Endeavour Park 1, Townsville
India 204 all out, 45.1 overs (Vijay Zol 72, Prashant Chopra 58, Smit Patel 30; Chand Soper 5-32, Toua Tom 2-26)
PNG 97 all out, 31.5 overs (Charles Amini 28, Chris Kent 27; Ravikant Singh 5-21, Baba Aparajith 2-16, Kamal Passi 2-18)
Player of the match - Ravikant Singh (India)
Group C - West Indies beat Zimbabwe by six wickets, Endeavour Park 2, Townsville
Zimbabwe 148 for eight, 50 overs (Malcolm Lake 31, Nyasha Mayavo 30; Akeal Hosein 2-16, Justin Greaves 2-28, Jerome Jones 2-40)
West Indies 150 for four, 35.1 overs (Kraigg Brathwaite 70 not out, Kyle Mayers 30 not out; Kieran Geyle 2-28)
Player of the match - Kraigg Brathwaite (West Indies)
Group D - Bangladesh beat Namibia by seven wickets, Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane
Namibia 151 all out, 49.4 overs (Stephan Baard 40; Abu Jayed 3-29, Naeem Islam Jnr 2-19, Taskin Ahmed 2-29)
Bangladesh 155 for three, 37 overs (Liton Das 70 not out, Anamul Haque 32)
Player of the match - Liton Das (Bangladesh)
*Sun 19 Aug - South Africa vs England, Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville
Sun 19 Aug - Australia vs Bangladesh, Endeavour Park 2, Townsville
*Mon 20 Aug - Pakistan vs India, Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville
Mon 20 Aug -West Indies vs New Zealand, Endeavour Park 1, Townsville
Sun 19 Aug - Afghanistan vs PNG, Allan Border Field, Brisbane
Sun 19 Aug - Zimbabwe vs Scotland, Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane
Mon 20 Aug - Sri Lanka vs Nepal, Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane
Mon 20 Aug - Ireland vs Namibia, WEP Harris Oval, Brisbane