West Indies will look to make it back-to-back wins after stuttering to a seven-wicket victory against Thailand. Pakistan, on the other hand, will be playing their first game of the tournament.
Pakistan have never won their opening game of a Women's T20 World Cup campaign.
West Indies have the most experienced squad in this tournament, with more T20I caps than any other nation.
West Indies tend to bring their 'A' game to the biggest stage, and have won eight of their last nine games in ICC Women’s T20 World Cups.
Anam Amin has taken 47 wickets in her T20 career and needs just 3 more to become the 4th Pakistan player with at least 50 T20I wickets.
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Venue Details and Pitch Report
26 Feb, 01:30 PM IST
Manuka Oval, Canberra
Claire Polosak, Shaun George
The track at Canberra tends to favour the batters, but the spinners can get some purchase off the surface as the game progresses. This will be the second game of the day so there could be some wear and tear.
Clear skies are expected with temperatures set to peak in the mid-20s.
West Indies have enjoyed the upper hand in this rivalry, winning 10 of 12 completed T20Is against Pakistan. The last time these two sides met on the World Cup stage, back in 2016, the West Indies ran out four-run winners.
Stafanie Taylor's side stuttered past Thailand in their opening game and they will hope to put in a much-improved display this time around.
Pakistan, on the other hand, will take heart from West Indies' struggles with the bat in their opener and will fancy their chances of pulling off an upset.