West Indies plan to give it their all on Friday when they face South Africa in a do-or-die contest in their final Group B match. Both teams are on two points – one win and one defeat – and the winners of the match at Swalec Stadium will advance to the semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013. The losers will be eliminated.
Speaking after Thursday’s training session West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo said: “It’s now like a quarter-final...doesn't make it easier; it makes it more exciting. That is something we love as players. It’s one of the reasons we play the game to become competitive and trust in our skills and our team-mates. Whenever we’re in a position that is a must‑win situation we all come together and bring our best game. We saw it last year in Sri Lanka and I’m sure you will see it again.”