Uday Saharan, the captain of India, is the one who won the toss and made the decision to bowl in the semi-final of the U19 World Cup.

India has won three games by a margin of over 200 runs, making them highly favored to defeat South Africa.

Because of their outstanding performance in every facet of the game, India has recently established themselves as the dominant team.

 Their victories against South Africa position them as the frontrunners to secure a spot in the final.

 Their victories against South Africa position them as the frontrunners to secure a spot in the final.

Maphaka has taken three instances of taking five wickets in five games, making him the leading bowler with a total of 18 wickets.

India has gotten off to a strong start thanks to the contributions of both Tiwari and Stolk, who are both fast bowlers.

During the first two overs of the match, the South African team managed to score seven runs without losing any wickets.

 Raj Limbani made an impressive beginning by defeating Pretorius with the second ball and causing an edge on the fifth ball.