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LONDON - South Africa captain Graeme Smith said his side were well-placed to triumph at the World Twenty20 after extending their unbeaten record at the tournament with a 20-run win over the West Indies.
That victory, coupled with a seven-wicket defeat of hosts England earlier in the week, meant South Africa had won their opening two Super Eights matches.
The Proteas, who are within touching distance of the semi-finals, complete their second round programme against defending champions India at Trent Bridge tomorrow.
"I really believe we can win it," said Smith after South Africa's win over the West Indies at The Oval.
"It's been a successful week but a tough one. We get an extra day now before we play India and I'm comfortable with where we are.
"As a team we try to challenge ourselves. There are always things to improve but if we play our best and with our intensity, if we perform to our potential, then we will be difficult to beat."
South Africa made 183 for seven, Herschelle Gibbs top-scoring with 55, before holding the West Indies to 163 for nine in an innings where teenage left-arm quick Wayne Parnell took four wickets for 13 runs.
"You really need to be on top of your game against the West Indies, especially here at the Oval where the conditions suit them," said Smith.
Parnell, 19, who took three wickets against England, said: "It's still a batsman's game but if you bowl well you can pick up wickets.
"I enjoy bowling at the death. I have developed my yorker in the last 10 months and I am adding other things to my game."
India went down to a seven-wicket loss to the West Indies at Lord's on Friday.
Before they play South Africa they face England on Sunday at Lord's and Smith said of his team's clash with the title-holders: "There is a lot of cricket in the group before that.
"India had not been tested in the competition until Friday. They will have taken lessons from that. - Sapa-AFP