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Unchanged South Africa bats; Bell is brought back for Davies by England

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In the Women’s T20 World Cup semifinal match against England, which will determine who faces Australia in the championship game on Sunday, South Africa choose to bat.

In order to rest seamer Lauren Bell for England’s last group-stage match against Pakistan, Freya Davies is not available. The South African team that defeated Bangladesh by a margin of ten wickets advances to the semi-finals at the expense of New Zealand.

In the first semi-final, India pushed the title favorites Australia, who prevailed by just five runs with to strong fielding and cunning death bowling from Jess Jonassen and Ashleigh Gardner. England has performed admirably during its unbeaten group-stage run, which has featured a record-breaking 114-run win against Pakistan. Australia has also been impressive. In T20Is, England has also won their last 10 matches.

In contrast, the tournament’s hosts South Africa had to fight their way into the knockout rounds after losing to Sri Lanka in the first game and falling to the Aussies. At Newlands, where the game was scheduled to start under ideal conditions, they are hoping for a sizable home crowd to back them.

South Africa: 1 Tazmin Brits, 2 Laura Wolvaardt, 3 Marizanne Kapp, 4 Suné Luus (capt), 5 Chloe Tryon, 6 Anneke Bosch, 7 Nadine de Klerk, 8 Sinalo Jafta (wk), 9 Shabnim Ismail, 10 Ayabonga Khaka, 11 Nonkululeko Mlaba

England: 1 Danni Wyatt, 2 Sophia Dunkley, 3 Alice Capsey, 4 Nat Sciver-Brunt, 5 Heather Knight (capt), 6 Amy Jones (wk), 7 Katherine Sciver-Brunt, 8 Sophie Ecclestone, 9 Charlie Dean, 10 Sarah Glenn, 11 Lauren Bell

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