The IPL kicks off on March 31 and the final is scheduled for May 28, while the WTC decider begins at The Oval on June 7.
Sri Lanka would have qualified for the WTC final if they had swept New Zealand in their two-match series and Australia denied India victory in the ongoing fourth test in Ahmedabad.
Pakistan, unable to stage Test matches for security reasons for 10 years until a return in 2019, would appear to be the exception with six of the last eight matches making the final day.
The Indians had their back to the wall once they lost five wickets inside the first hour and were bundled out for 109 in just 33.2 overs after opting to bat in Indore.
As a result of India's victory in the Delhi Test, the number of teams able to qualify for the final shrinks from four to three. South Africa are out of contention, leaving Sri Lanka as the lone challenger for a place in the final.
Friday will see him become the 13th Indian cricketer to join the illustrious club of 100 Tests.
While South Africa (on 71.43 percentage points) are currently ahead in the ICC WTC standings, Australia (70) are not far behind in second place.
Sri Lanka lead the standings followed by Australia and Pakistan.
After four of Bangladesh's top six batsmen struck fifties to earn them a first-innings lead of 130, Ebadot (4/39) wrecked New Zealand's top order to put the tourists in the box seat.
The 37-year-old has been a 'Black Caps mainstay since his 2007 Test debut, amassing a New Zealand record 7,584 runs in 110 matches at an average of 44.87.