<br /> <div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="ICC Women's World Cup 2013: Hope to remain unbeaten, says Jess Cameron" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130204235012.jpg" title="ICC Women's World Cup 2013: Hope to remain unbeaten, says Jess Cameron" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Jess Cameron has been one of the star performers for Australia in the on-going ICC Women's World Cup 2013 © Getty Images</p> </div> <br /> <strong>Mumbai: Feb 12, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> Notwithstanding that they have already qualified for ICC Women's World Cup final, <a href="/tags/Australia/post" target="_blank">Australia</a> are eager to go all out for a victory against the <a href="/tags/West-Indies/post" target="_blank">West Indies</a> in their final Super Six match at the MIG Club ground in Bandra in Mumbai on Tuesday.<br /> <br /> "We will be going out there with the intention to go through the entire tournament undefeated," said <a href="/tags/Jess-Cameron/post" target="_blank">Jess Cameron</a> on the eve of the game.<br /> <br /> Australia, with eight points from four successive wins in the second stage of the competition, can afford to relax but Cameron insisted that there is no plan to rest key members.<br /> <br /> "I don't think that's going to happen. Cricket is a funny game, it can turn around in the next game. We want to make sure we win tomorrow and win well," said Cameron.<br /> <br /> West Indies spinner Anisa Mohammed, meanwhile said, though Australian team is the only side in the world her country has not beaten, she is confident of defeating them tomorrow.<br /> <br /> "Australia is the only team we have not defeated in the world but it's going to change tomorrow. I can guarantee that," said an upbeat Anisa.<br /> <br /> "We are one win away from a final. We have waited for four years. We are set and ready.<br /> <br /> "Once we stick to basics and keep supporting each other, everything will fall in place. All teams have lost a game and tomorrow it's their [Australia] day to lose," she added.<br /> <br /> The Windies have three Super Six wins under their belt and a win over Australia would put them in the final against the same opponents on February 17.<br /> <br /> The other two contenders, defending champions England and last edition's runners-up New Zealand, can pip the West Indies by winning their head-to-head clash, also to be played tomorrow, if the Windies lose and end up with an inferior net run-rate.<br /> <br /> Anisa said the team had a good idea about the MIG ground and the nature of the pitches having played at the venue earlier.<br /> <br /> "Last time we played Sri Lanka [in the tournament] here, we posted a big total batting first (368). We played against Australia in the warm-up game. We have had a feel of the ground and pitches."<br /> <br /> Australia's Cameron singled out West Indians <a href="/tags/Deandra-Dottin/post" target="_blank">Deandra Dottin</a> and <a href="/tags/Stefanie-Taylor/post" target="_blank">Stefanie Taylor</a> as the biggest stumbling blocks.<br /> <br /> "If we get those two out cheaply I think we would do well. Their line up is very strong and we have to work hard.<br /> <br /> Our batting line up is strong and it's going to be a tough match," she said.<br /> <br /> Cameron added that the team was focused only on tomorrow's game and not thinking about the final.<br /> <br /> "We will take one game at a time. Tomorrow is definitely an important game for us. You look at the West Indies. They are a really strong side. England and New Zealand are (also) very good competitors. Whoever we come up against [in final], we will have a close game," said Cameron.