Sunshine Girls' head coach Oberon Pitterson-Nattie expects her team to give it their best shot when they meet hosts England in the third and final netball Test today.
The Girls stormed to an impressive victory to level the series on Monday after a fourth-quarter meltdown and subsequent defeat in the opening Test last Friday.
Jamaica led from the start on Monday for a 49-44 win, after losing the first Test 63-51, and Pitterson-Nattie expects another good show today in Sheffield starting at 1:30 p.m. (Ja time).
"We still need to do some things much better because we still struggled to get that ball into the circle. However, it is our final game of the series and I know we are going to there to do our best," the Jamaica head coach said after Monday's game.
She also praised the greater composure which was displayed by the Girls following last Friday's defeat.
"Sometimes it wasn't as smooth as we would have liked, but one of the things that we have been working on is our composure because we had our game plan and so everything thing fell in place for us," Pitterson-Nattie said on Monday.
Jamaica will again be expecting top performances from Jhaniele Fowler at goalshoot and goal attack Romelda Aiken.
Fowler led the way on Monday with a game-high 32 goals from 37 attempts and received good support from Aiken, who netted 12 goals from 16 tries, and Ann-Kay Griffiths, who added five goals from 13 attempts.
England's top two are Jo Harten, who scored 19 goals from 26 attempts in Monday's match, and Pamela Cookey, who had a perfect 10 from 10.
A series victory for the Sunshine Girls, who hold two rating points lead over England, could see them extending their lead over their opponents in the standings.