The touring West Indies are buoyant as they hope to reverse the 61-run Duckworth-Lewis method loss against the Proteas in the first Momentum ODI match at Kingsmead in Durban on Friday. Fresh from a 2-1 T20 series win, in which South Africa avoided a whitewash, the Windies believe they can take a few positives to the Wanderers on Sunday, from the rain-affected Durban day-night match.
West Indies captain Jason Holder said after the loss that they got off to a good start and batted and bowled well, and therefore hope to continue on Sunday where they left off.
For the visitors to level the series, their bowlers will have to be economic and not put themselves under pressure by avoiding giving away too many boundaries.
SA's ODI captain and wicket-keeper AB de Villiers though will not lead his boys to slaughter. He, Hashim Amla and Miller scored with half centuries apiece, setting the tone for a triumph.