West Indies women have suffered from inconsistency so far in this World Cup. With three defeats and three victories to their name, the Girls in Maroon will be keen to seal their place in the semifinals of the competition.
In their previous game, West Indies women delivered an abject batting performance against Pakistan women.
Opener Hayley Matthews will be keen to get back amongst the runs after registering low scores in the previous matches. Experienced captain Stafanie Taylor has failed to contribute with the bat for West Indies women in this year’s World Cup.
In the previous match, Afy Fletcher and Shakera Selman bowled well and claimed one wicket apiece in a losing cause.
South Africa women suffered their first defeat of the World Cup competition against Australia. The team management will be hoping that the side can get back to winning ways against West Indies women.
Opener Laura Wolvaardt and captain Sune Luus notched up a splendid half-centuries to help South Africa women post a score of 271 runs in their allotted 50 overs.
For South Africa women, Shabnim Ismail was the pick of the bowlers and finished with figures of 2 for 33 in her seven overs. Besides Ismail, Chloe Tyron bowled well and picked up two wickets.