Obed McCoy, Johnson Charles power West Indies to dominant 3-0 series win against South Africa

West Indies completed a rather comfortable series victory in Jamaica at the Sabina Park as the hosts beat South Africa by eight wickets in the third and final encounter on Sunday, May 26. South Africa fought a bit in the second T20I but have looked a bit toothless in the absence of several of their first-choice players in the series. While batting stocks will definitely improve in the T20 World Cup with the core middle-order set to come back but the bowling will be a concern going into the tournament with the likes of Anrich Nortje and Gerald Coetzee not being as lethal as the Proteas would have liked.

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