Cuttack: All eyes will be on South African all-rounder Marizanne Kapp and West Indies opener Stefanie Taylor when the two sides square off in a Super Six contest of the ICC Women's World Cup in Cuttack on Thursday.
Both teams entered the Super Six phase having ended third in their respective groups.
On paper, there is not much to choose between the sides as both are on even keel having won one and lost two during the group league stage.
The striking similarity between the performance of the two teams is that the singular victory that they notched were in facile manner.
West Indies girls whipped Sri Lanka by 209 runs which helped them enjoy a better run quotient than India. This was possible because of opener Taylor's brilliant 174 while Proteas all-rounder Kapp scored a century and took three wickets during here team's 126-run win over Pakistan.