South Africa are massive 1/5 favs with William Hill and should really get the job done but the Tigers are aware they have to win to stand a chance of progressing.
With back to back win in Chittagong, against England and Netherlands, Bangladesh will be full of drive and confidence and the excellent Imrul Kayes is a good 5/1 (Skybet) to top score again while Siddique is available at 5/1 with Betfred.
This could be one step too far though and the class of South Africa has been evident througout, even without the injured Imran Tahir and the Proteas should wrap this one up without too many problems.
After a slightly underwhelming batting display against Ireland, the bowlers stepped up nicely; Morkel and Peterson grabbing 3 a piece. Those two are 10/3 and 4/1 (888sport) respectively to take the most wickets but preference goes to Dale Steyn at 9/4 (Paddy Power), who was excellent against India but given just 4 overs against the Irish.
Australia and Pakistan contest a slightly dead rubber and at 4/7 (William Hill), the Aussies look to extend a massive unbeaten run and what seems a inevitable march towards the semis at least.
While Ponting has failed with the bat, Pakistan (8/5, Betdaq) have looked pretty poor since beating Sri Lanka.