The batting has to be solid and extremely consistent. What we have lacked of in the opening 15overs was consistency in scoring runs and building up partnerships, however what was consistant was losing our opening wicket in either the opening over or most likely the following over, which is too typical of our batsmen.
So what is vital for this meaningless match for both teams is to avoid gifting our wickets and get more runs on the board in the opening 15 overs.
As for our bowling, something we have been tooo dependent on because of our pathetic batting has underperformed, but they are not always required to take wickets in the ODI. As lon as they have discipline and aggresion along with good length and delivery then really there is a chance that the match will be very competitive.