West Indies Women will be seeking their second win of the ICC Cricket World Cup qualifier when they take on Sri Lanka at the Harare Sports Club in Zimbabwe, tomorrow.
The Caribbean women opened their campaign with a 6-wickets victory over Ireland on Tuesday.
In that match, Deandra Dottin and captain Stafanie Taylor stared with the bat for the Windies.
Dottin scored 73 and Taylor 41.
Meanwhile, Anisa Mohammed took three wickets.
Coach of the West Indies women, Courtney Walsh, admits Sri Lanka will be tougher opponents.
Walsh says if the players can maintain their composure they have the pedigree to come out on top.
Courtney Walsh, coach of the West Indies women.
The Windies are in group “A” and Walsh says it’s important to win all their group games.