South Africa's win over England was their first ever in a Women's T20 World Cup and they now look poised to make it out of their group
Mignon du Preez, the hero of South Africa's successful run-chase against England, has appeared in all six editions of the World Cup and is the first South African woman to play 100 T20Is
Marizanne Kapp has taken 8 wickets in her last 6 T20Is and is also averaging 30 with the bat across those games.
Only one Thailand player has a strike rate of over 100 in this tournament (Suleeporn Laomi)
Last 5 Head To Head
Venue Details and Pitch Report
28 Feb, 09:30 AM IST
Manuka Oval, Canberra
Jacqueline Williams, Kim Cotton
This will be the fourth match played at the Manuka Oval in Canberra. The surface at this venue tends to aid run-scoring and the captain that wins the toss should look to bowl first.
Bright and sunny skies are expected on matchday, with temperatures set to peak in the mid-20s. Humidity is expected to be around 30% and rain is unlikely to make an appearance.
This looks like a mismatch on paper, but Thailand have shown that they are no walkovers, pushing West Indies to the limit before giving a good account of themselves against England. However, considering the firepower South Africa possess, they should be able to come through this clash without too much trouble and boost their qualification chances.
Thailand are all but out of the competition and could opt to give some of their fringe players a go in this game.