The West Indies will look to take an unassailable 2-nil lead in their three match T20 International Series against South Africa when they meet in the second game at Sabina Park tomorrow starting at 2pm.

The Windies won the opening game by 28 runs on Thursday and victory tomorrow would give them a massive confidence booster going into next week’s start of the ICC T20 World Cup.

Stand-in captain Brandon King led the victory charge on Thursday with a man of the match knock of 79 and he says despite winning the opening game they are still looking to improve come tomorrow.

Former captain Jason Holder sat out the opening game with an injury and should be available for selection tomorrow.

South African captain Reeza Hendricks was also the leading man for his team with a well played 87, but believes there’s much more to the Proteas than just him.

Reeza Hendricks