They face Scotland in the bronze medal game.
Australia won the gold medal in women's basketball, beating England 99-55.
Several high profile athletes like England's Adam Peaty and Australia's Kyle Chalmers appeared to be down on performance, as is often the case at this stage in the Olympic cycle.
"Most athletes aren't used to running multiple rounds in April". "I thought it was 50-50 bout", Amit said after his loss. "It shouldn't be an excuse".
Over 6,600 athletes and team officials from 71 nations and territories converged on the Gold Coast for an 11 day sporting and cultural event. The wrestling team won three gold, two silver and three bronze.
Joelle King and Amanda Landers-Murphy face Indian pair Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal Karthik in the women's doubles gold medal match. Swimmer Adam Peaty was beaten in the 50m breaststroke final and Alastair and Jonny Brownlee finished off the podium in the men's triathlon. Commonwealth medals are incredibly hard to get. "I don't know if I deserve it but I am certainly very proud of it", Mary Kom had said in response to being handed with the honour of being named as the flag bearer. "The mixed doubles was a close tie for Satwik and Ashwini, which we could have got another medal".
In a sensational mistake by organisers, the big finale turned into a shambles taking the shine off a successful Commonwealth Games for the hosts. In fact, TV audiences didn't get to see many athletes celebrating their appearance at the Gold Coast event at all.
Disappointments: Lynsey Sharp failed to qualify from the 800m heats despite winning silver four years ago in Glasgow.
'It was such a magnificent Games, how can you stuff up the closing ceremony?' Koch asked the former Queensland premier.
Peter Beattie earlier stopped short of declaring the Games the best ever. We can't affect what other people do. "I really couldn't have won without them".
India's combined 66 medals is its third best showing in the history of the Games.
The 22-year-old, from Minster, won the TT6-10 Para table tennis title on Saturday beating fellow Englishman Kim Daybell in the final.
Eight of the medals came in the boxing ring, while sprinter Leon Reid won 200m bronze and Kirsty Barr and Gareth McAuley won trap silver and skeet bronze respectively on the shooting range.
"Since we came on board, preparations for Commonwealth Games and the African Senior Championship among others have been on the front burner".
Winners: McClenaghan's gymnastics gold was the defining moment of the Games for Northern Ireland. India went past the mark in terms of gold medals with 26. Australia's Michael Shelley ran past the Scot on his way to victory.