That's all your cricket for today. Join us again for the start of the Super 10 phase on Tuesday, when India - hosts and many people's favourites for the title - face New Zealand in Nagpur at 14:00 GMT.
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- Bangladesh qualify for Super 10s
- Bangladesh: Tamim 103* off 63 balls
- Oman target revised twice after rain
- Shakib takes 4-15 for Bangladesh
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza: "Thanks to Tamim - he's been scoring so nicely for us. Hopefully his form will keep going.
"We played fearless cricket - that was a big decision so thanks to the coach. We are looking forward to the next big four matches."
Oman captain Sultan Ahmed: "We tried our best but the Tamim Iqbal innings made a difference."
It is all over as Bangladesh win by 54 runs and qualify for the Super 10s.
That is Shakib Al Hasan's fourth wicket.
An early wicket after play resumes, Amir Ali falling for four.
The players are back out and Oman's target is now 120 off 12 overs. As we stand, that means 75 off 22 balls.
As we await news in Dharamsala, we bring you the latest from the England camp.
Speaking before their first game against West Indies on Wednesday, batsman Jason Roy has been talking up England's chances. "There's no reason why we shouldn't win it," he says.
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More rain so back come the covers.
Play in Dharamsala between Bangladesh v Oman will restart at 17:20 GMT, with the target reduced to 152 off 16 overs. Oman will resume on 41-2 after seven overs. The equation to win now: 111 in nine overs.
It is raining in Dharamsala so the covers are on. It is not too heavy so we will keep you updated.
We are back underway and we have an early wicket.
Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal, who made 103 not out off 63 balls: "After a couple of boundaries I was feeling really good and I was starting to hit them nicely."
On his century celebration: "I almost injured myself. It was just fun. I told my coach I would give him a hundred this World Cup. It feels good that I kept my promise.
"It's a very nice total. The way our bowlers are bowling, we should win it."
Tamim Iqbal celebrates his maiden T20 hundred and the first of the tournament.
They keep on coming for Tamim Iqbal.
Sabbir Rahman falls for 44 off 26 balls.
Tamim hits a four to bring up a 35-ball half-century, then a six off the next ball to bring up the 50 partnership.
Tamim Iqbal hits two fours in quick succession.
We are under way in Dharamsala and we have the first four of the innings in Bangladesh v Oman.
Ireland finish bottom of their World Twenty20 group after a 12-run defeat by the Netherlands in a match reduced to six overs per side by rain in Dharamsala, India.
Sabbir Rahman, Mohammad Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mohammad Mithun, Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Abu Hider, Taskin Ahmed, Al-Amin Hossain
Zeeshan Maqsood, Khawar Ali, Jatinder Singh, Adnan Ilyas, Aamir Kaleem, Sultan Ahmed (c) (wk), Mehran Khan, Amir Ali, Munis Ansari, Bilal Khan
Oman, the surprise package of the World Twenty20, have won the toss and will bowl in this final Group A game. The winners will qualify for the Super 10s starting on Tuesday.