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Ostayela will face the West Indian raging and her must win the World Final 2020 on Friday after the home side staged a dramatic final win over England.
The world champion T20 faced a clinical dribbling by England after Anya Shrubsole broke the top order as the Indies in West India to 2-3 in the second game to chase 117 forever.
But England found a way to lose due to lousy rounds from Dandin Dutin (46 out of 52) and her No..4 Shemaine Campbelle (45 of 42) who kept the Western Indians in the game when England's swimmers went to the water.
The perception spilled by Fern Wilson at the end of the 18th gave Campbell a life as she drove down the road through Wilson's hands-and into the rope.
Things were getting worse and worse than England, which shed two transparent capsules in the median half-though the second, in an astonishing way, caused a direct escape.
"(The catch was) hard under the lights, (we needed) more coolness … We fight hard, but we have to make an effort to get over the line," said Captain England Knight.
And if the scene was not intense enough, it over Campbell fell to the ground dramatically after an attempt ran out by one of her English servants hitting from behind. She hugged her bravely.
But to England, the damage was done – and the West Indies won three free balls before celebrating the victory of four arms they liked won the tournament.
The side will take some serious swagger to the Friday competition.
"(Australia final semi-final) will not be easy, they are out of a loss, but we have to focus as a team what we need to do," said Captain Stephanie Taylor.
More to come
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