The unbeaten run in the group stage propelled India into their first ICC Women’s T20 World Cup final after their last-four clash against England was washed out in Sydney on Thursday.
Persistent rain since morning delayed the toss and eventually the semi-final was called off without a ball being bowled.
India, led by Harmanpreet Kaur, had topped Group A with four victories in as many matches while England had finished second in Group B with three wins and a defeat.
England had ended runners-up in the previous edition.
If the second semi-final between South Africa and reigning champions Australia is also washed out, the Proteas will advance to the summit clash since they topped their group.