South Africa will use their next two one-day internationals versus the West Indies to give "fringe players" an opportunity.
South Africa coach Russell Domingo will give JP Duminy a chance to bat higher up the order against the West Indies on Sunday as they start to look towards the Cricket World Cup.
Having already wrapped up the five-match one-day international (ODI) series with a nine-wicket win in game three, South Africa are set to "use these next two games for some of the fringe players to stake a claim", according to Domingo.
In three games, Duminy has only had one chance to bat due to South Africa's dominance - and he made 12.
"He [Duminy] will have an opportunity to bat higher on Sunday," Domingo said.
In a boost for South Africa ahead of the World Cup, explosive wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock looks set to return from an ankle injury for game five, although Sunday's match in Port Elizabeth will be too early for the 22-year-old.
"Morne van Wyk will keep in the next game and Quinton de Kock is a possibility for us in the last game, depending on the medical committee," Domingo said.
The West Indies will desperately be looking to improve their batting before they head to the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand next month, with the Caribbean-based side having only surpassed 200 in one of the three games of the ODI series.
The tourists were rolled for just 122 in less than 34 overs in the third match.
Over three games, no West Indian batsman has scored more than 100 runs, with Dwayne Smith the visitors' leading scorer with 98 at an average of 32.66.
South Africa and the West Indies have been grouped together in Pool B for the World Cup, which starts next month and will run until the end of March.