West Indies were forced to fight for their first ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 victory last time out, but captain Stafanie Taylor believes her team is in a perfect place to take forward the confidence gained from the win. Pakistan are the latest challenge awaiting West Indies at Grace Road, Leicester on Tuesday, with both teams well aware that reaching the semi-finals are no longer a possibility. But that doesn’t make the game any less important for Taylor as she looks to build on Sunday’s 47-run triumph over Sri Lanka, having reached the final of the competition four years ago.