A buoyant Rwanda will seek to record a rare home five-day series triumph as they take on an equally determined Nigeria in the decider at the Gahanga this Saturday.
Both teams are tied on 2-2 wins from the four rounds played on Wednesday and Friday respectively.
The win for Rwanda in the opening two rounds was a morale booster for coach Joshua Mwanja as he’s batswomen showed character.
The host won the first round by 4 wickets, and they were also awarded victory in the second following Nigeria’s refusal to play the Super Over.
Nigeria Women however, displayed tremendous resilience to bounce back from a 2-0 deficit to provide the perfect setting for an engrossing battle in today’s decider.
Nigeria Women snatched two wins from the jaws of defeat in round 3 and 4 to win by 13 runs and 1run respectively.
Mwanja knows, today decider will not be a catwalk for his players who have to show a lot of character to win their third game on the trot.
Nigeria won the first Bilateral Leg 3-2 away in Abuja early this year.