Women's World Cup 2013: Australia vs West Indies Live Score
Despite having made the cut for the final of the ICC Women's World Cup, Australia are not ready to slacken their approach as they take on West Indies in the last Super Six match of the tournament at the MIG Club on Wednesday.
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Australia have remained unbeaten in the tournament so far and the four-time champs intend to continue in that vein. Speaking to the media on Tuesday, wicketkeeper Jess Cameron said: "Our goal is to go through the tournament being undefeated."
Topping the table with eight points, Australia aren't ready to rest players and change a winning combination. "I don't think that's going to happen. Cricket is a funny game, it can turn around in the next game. We want to make sure we win tomorrow and win well," added Cameron.
Meanwhile, West Indies spinner Anisa Mohammed remained optimistic of changing their poor record against Australia. "They are the only side that we haven't defeated. But it's going to change tomorrow. I can guarantee that," said Anisa, who has impressed with the bat too. Having won both of their Super Six matches, West Indies would be eager to book their place in the final by right and set up a repeat clash for the trophy on Sunday. A defeat though could mean surrendering the final berth to either defending champions England or New Zealand, who will be clashing at the Brabourne Stadium later in the afternoon.
The Windies have three Super Six wins under their belt and a win over Australia would put them in the final against the same opponents on February 17. The other two contenders, defending champions England and last edition's runners-up New Zealand, can pip the West Indies by winning their head-to-head clash, also to be played on Wednesday, if the Windies lose and end up with an inferior net run-rate.