The pitch at the Sydney Showground Stadium has been on the slower side and hasn't been conducive to stroke making, especially once the new ball has gotten a little older and softer.
Rain could play spoilsport with more than 50% chances of rain on Tuesday.
South Africa have sealed their place in the last four and they might look to shuffle their pack. However, they would also want to finish atop the pile in Group B, which would help them avoid a semi-final clash against favourites, India. Thus, the match could have much greater implications for them than what meets the eye.
West Indies, meanwhile, have endured a sub-standard campaign and would be hoping to depart the multi-nation tournament with a bag. They boast several match-winners in their ranks, thereby adding a spice to the contest, which could prove to be a riveting affair, despite it being a relative dead rubber.