Charlotte Edwards calls incorrectly and is asked to bat by South African counterpart Mignon du Preez. Both teams are unchanged from England's 15-run win in Paarl yesterday.
Both the men and women of England and South Africa have their eyes fixed on the World T20 in March. Squads picked, two games each left to get the plans right and "execute the skills".
In today's double-header in Cape Town, the ladies are up first, less than 24 hours after England took a 1-0 lead in their three-match series.
You see, your normal T20 internationally is usually there to provide the fun, some slap and tickle at the end of a tour.
The fun, though, is about to get serious.
Those are the words of American artist Kenneth Noland. If you've never heard of him, it doesn't matter. Nor does it matter that he was unlikely to have been a cricket fan.
He does, however, help us with today's T20 action...
"For me, context is the key - from that comes the understanding of everything."