India became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals following their 4-run victory over New Zealand.
With two defeats from two games, Sri Lanka are all but out of the competition and have nothing but pride to play for. They might be tempted to give some of their reserves a go in this game.
No player has scored more runs (114) at a higher strike rate (172.72) in a single edition of the Women's T20 World Cup than Shafali Verma
India have the top two wicket-takers in the competition - Poonam Yadav (8), Shikha Pandey (6)
India have beaten Sri Lanka in three of their four Women's T20 World Cup meetings
Last 5 Head To Head
Venue Details and Pitch Report
29 Feb, 09:30 AM IST
CitiPower Centre, Melbourne
Sue Redfern, Shaun George
The surface at the Junction Oval is likely to aid the spinners, especially in the second innings.
Cloudy skies are expected on the day of the game, with no threat of rain. Humidity is expected to be around 50%.
India have looked unstoppable in this competition and will hope to keep their momentum going when they lock horns with Sri Lanka, who are all but of the tournament already.
India have dominated the head to head between these two sides, winning 13 of 18 meetings, including three of four at the Women's T20 World Cup.