Is the above sentence correct .about a sports championship

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I would say "not correct". The fragment "If India would've made till here"--it's not a complete sentence--doesn't make much sense without a context or a follow-up. Also, "till" is usually associated with time ("till now"), so "till here" is not a good phrasing. "To here" or its equivalent would be better. Likewise "could" makes better sense than "would".

On the assumption that "here" refers to a point in some playoff series, I suggest "If India had (or could have) made it to this point, then ...." [followed by the rest of the sentence].

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