If they win, they?ll be on the brink of the final four and the pressure will be on to assure that peace of mind.Graeme Smith admitted that South Africa started the tournament in slightly rusty fashion (by the way, where are they hiding Rusty Theron, and when will he make an appearance?), but they seem to have found the right combinations. After experimenting at the top of the order, they will surely settle on Jacques Kallis and the captain to open with Herschelle Gibbs slotting in at number three. The rest of the South African side should be the same as the eleven who beat New Zealand. Charl Langeveldt has shown impressive signs with his swing and he is likely to retain his place.
In Image: England's Michael Lumb, third right, is surrounded by teammates while celebrating the dismissal of Ireland's opener Paul Stirling, unseen, caught by Lumb for a duck, during their Twenty20 Cricket World Cup match in Georgetown, Guyana.