West Indies defeated the United Arab Emirates by six wickets in their final World Cup Pool B match to put one foot in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup quarter-finals.
West Indies batsman Johnson Charles hits the ball during the Pool B 2015 Cricket World Cup match between West Indies and United Arab Emirates at McLean Park in Napier. Pic/AFP
Chasing 176, they reached their target in 30.3 overs with Johnson Charles making 55 and Jonathan Carter an unbeaten 50.
West Indies will make the last-eight unless the final group game between Pakistan and Ireland in Adelaide ends in a tie or a no result.
The United Arab Emirates were all out for 175 after being sent into bat in the Pool B match at Napier's McLean Park.
Nasir Aziz made 60 and Amjad Javed 56 when putting on 107 for the seventh wicket.
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