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  1. India win with nine wickets & 9.5 overs to spare
  2. Rohit 123*, Kohli 96*, Dhawan 46
  3. Kohli becomes fastest to 8,000 ODI runs (175 innings)
  4. Bangladesh (264-7) lost five wickets for 70 runs mid-innings
  5. Tamim 70, Mushfiqur 61, Mortaza 30*
  6. Two wickets apiece for Bumrah, Kumar & Jadhav
  7. India won toss & chose to bowl
  8. Winners face Pakistan in Sunday's final at The Oval
  9. Highlights on BBC Two at 23:15 BST (23:45 in Wales & NI)

Live Reporting

By Jack Skelton

All times stated are UK

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  1. Bye, bye for now

    So will India deliver a second victory over Pakistan in this tournament to retain their Champions Trophy title?

    Whatever the result, we're all hoping for a closer game than the first one, but the atmosphere is sure to be raucous.

    Join us on Sunday, with the match at The Oval starting at 10:30 BST.

    Have a good one!

  2. Post update

    India skipper Virat Kohli: "Hopefully our two openers can give us a solid base in the final.

    "We to take the mindset that it's just another game into the final, even though I know that sounds boring.

    "You have to keep your composure and I'm confident my guys will deliver."

  3. Post update

    The final word, however, has to go to India and Virat Kohli. They came unstuck against Sri Lanka but have responded with two comprehensive victories to set up a dream final against rivals Pakistan.

  4. 'Next time we'll be stronger'

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza: "We could've score 300 or 320 but once they got our two set batsman out that was a big setback for us.

    "We have some experienced players now and hopefully next time we will come strongly.

    "You have to be stronger mentally in these type of games but otherwise we did well."

  5. Post update

    A word for Bangladesh, who enlivened this tournament in their three group games but found this semi-final a match too far.

    They'll come again, with plenty of exciting youngsters and some wily experience in their ranks.

  6. 'Jadhav is not a surprise package'

    India captain Virat Kohli: "We had another complete game and we needed a clean, collective performance to beat this Bangladesh side.

    "We didn't expect to win by nine wickets but that's the quality of batsman we have up front and I could play my natural game when I came in.

    "With the ball we were really good, we kept it tight and then got those two or three quick wickets

    "Kedar Jadhav is not a surprise package, he's a smart guy and knows where to pitch the ball and get purchase off the wickets."

  7. Post update

    In the end, Kohli had to settle for an unbeaten 96, securing a nine-wicket victory for his side with a boundary to finish and set up a mouth-watering final against Pakistan.

  8. Post update

    Kohli even threatened to reach his century as he flayed the Bangladesh bowlers to all parts...

  9. Post update

    At the other end, Rohit still looked in fine fettle and brought up his 11th ODI century with a six...

  10. Post update

    The India skipper raced to yet another ODI fifty and also became the fastest batsman in history to 8,000 ODI runs. Doing so in his 175th innings, with previous record holder South Africa captain AB de Villiers having taken 182.

  11. Post update

    And Virat Kohli underlined his well-deserved reputation as the best chaser in the game with a series of sublime cover drives...

  12. Post update

    Rohit continued unaffected by his partner's departure though as he reached his fifty...

  13. Post update

    Dhawan then reclaimed his position as the tournament's leading scorer from Bangladesh counterpart Tamim Iqbal...

    Only to then miscue a woeful stroke when well set as he was caught by Mosaddek off Mortaza....

  14. Post update

    So after Jadhav's impressive spell with ball had helped restrict Bangladesh to 264, India openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan set off in pursuit in some style...

  15. Post update

    India off-spinner Kedar Jadhav, who took 2-22, speaking to Test Match Special: "It's always a good feeling when you can contribute in a win. The way Tamim and Mushfiqur were batting, we needed a breakthrough. It was a happy moment for me.

    "I'm not a big turner of the ball. I rely on pace and variations. I need to keep doing that and keep the batsman guessing.

    "It's a great moment that we have got in this tournament. We would like to carry this into the final. It will be a great match, especially for the crowd. For us, it is just another game, I guess. That is how you will be able to keep doing the process and not worry about the result."

  16. Post update

    Right, our man at Edgbaston Stephan Shemilt's report is building apace here.

    As the rest follows, let's recap India's serene chase and get some more reaction...

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    Football Fragmento: India win today. In the #CT17false 9/12 games have been won by team batting 2nd. Really does help to win the toss

  18. The winning moment

    India chased down 265 for the loss of just one wicket and, fittingly, it was a Virat Kohli cover drive for four that took them to victory...

  19. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    Bangladesh needed wickets at the top and they usually rely on swing. There has been moisture in the air but these white Kookaburra balls just don't swing and they had no answer.

    I was kind of glad Shikhar Dhawan got out because I wanted to watch Virat Kohli play. Although it was almost like batting practice for him today, I'll remember that innings for a long time. It was glorious.