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Darren Sammy takes the aerial route

South Africa v West Indies, 5th ODI, Centurion

Win at World Cup all that matters - Sammy

Darren Sammy will forgive West Indies the outcome of the already-lost series against South Africa, even if they slip to a 4-1 defeat at Centurion, as long as they reverse the result in a month's time

David Miller flicks through the leg side

South Africa v West Indies, 5th ODI, Centurion

Miller earns Amla plaudits

David Miller's evolution from the man with the mischievous mantra about hitting balls out of parks into a mature and measured middle-order batsman could serve as a major boost to South Africa's chances at the World Cup according to Hashim Amla

Andre Russell cuts loose

South Africa v West Indies, 4th ODI, Port Elizabeth

Russell delivers win worth toasting

Andre Russell toasted his match-winning innings with his first beer for a month, deservedly so after making 64 in 40 balls to see West Indies home in a thrilling one-wicket victory that finally got his side on the board in this series after three heavy de

David Miller reached his maiden ODI hundred

South Africa v West Indies, 4th ODI, Port Elizabeth

It's not a wake-up call - de Villiers

South Africa received neither a scare nor a wake-up call after their defeat to West Indies in Port Elizabeth even thought it came little more than two weeks before their World Cup campaign gets underway.

JP Duminy crashes one square on the off side

South Africa news

We have what it takes - Duminy

JP Duminy has fired South Africa's second serious shot at their World Cup chances, saying that the team could go "all the way" in the tournament

Quinton de Kock cuts during his 47

West Indies in South Africa 2014-15

De Kock could recover to face West Indies

Quinton de Kock, on whose shoulders, or rather ankle, much of South Africa's World Cup hopes rest, could be fit in time for the final match against West Indies at Centurion next Wednesday