South Africa will hope to round up their 2019 Women's World Cup build-up on home soil with a win against Jamaica at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Banyana Banyana secured a 0-0 draw against highly-rated Sweden before bowing 2-1 to the Netherlands in Cape Town in January, and they remain winless in their last seven games.
They will be aiming to bounce back from their disappointing campaign at the Cyprus Women's Cup in March with a victory in Durban.
In Cyprus, Banyana earned a draw and suffered three straight defeats, letting in 11 goals in four games to finish 10th in the 12-team tournament.
The clash against the fellow Women's World Cup debutants come as a tough test with the visitors boasting of five wins in their last six games.
As Durban hosts Banyana 's farewell game, Desiree Ellis is hoping to lead her side to end their seven-match winless run.
“This is also a different type of game and an important one at that, as each and every match prepares you for the next one," Ellis told media.
"The players are excited as it is two months away from the World Cup and it is getting closer and closer.
"Even though we have not been together, the players have been training as we have given them programmes, and some have been playing matches and also tournaments.
"We will prepare well for Sunday's match as it is a farewell match, and we will put up a good showing.”
Meanwhile, Jamaica are hoping to build on their impressive run following the recent back-to-back win over France-bound Chile.
The Reggae Girls defeated the South Americans 1-0 in Kingston on March 1 before securing a 3-2 win three days later in Montego Bay.
This will be the first meeting between South Africa and Jamaica and the two teams will compete for the first time at this year's Women's World Cup.