M.S. Dhoni conceded that Tuesday’s ICC World Twenty20 Super Eights clash against South Africa, is a tricky outing because of India’s position in the points table.

“It is the last match of the Super Eights and it could also turn out to be our last match of the tournament.

“We will see what the situation is and what we need to do.

“A win will be important but if there is an equation about margins, it will be tricky. It will also depend on how the wicket plays on that day.

“Our first priority is to qualify for the next phase,” the Indian captain said.

The skipper said that he will observe the first match between Australia and Pakistan and then take a call on the combination.

“We have a bit of a liberty because the first match starts at 3.30 p.m. We can watch the match on TV and see if it is turning or not because all teams have good spinners.

“That will have an impact on the playing XI we decide to put out.

“But right now, it is very difficult to say who will play and who will not,” Dhoni said besides adding that South Africa has the right balance.

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