Both sides surpassed the 300 mark on that occasion, going on to make 678 runs in total, the highest cumulative score in women's one-day global history.
England's fortunes will also bank on the form of skipper Heather Knight and senior batswomen Natalie Sciver, Fran Wilson and stumper Sarah Taylor.
In the first of the two semi-finals, at Bristol, the England eves will square-off against their South African counterparts.
The tourists will arrive in England on the back of a six-match losing streak in Test cricket stretching back to a win against Bangladesh in 2014.
She added: "I think the best part of our squad is that someone different steps up every single game".
"We're excited, we know any team that is in the semi-final is going to be tough to beat, so we're going to have to bring our very best", Dane said.
The South Africa captain has taken 15 wickets in her six games so far in the WWC and she believes the pressure is all on the tournament host ahead of the semi-final is Bristol.
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England's men may have been thrashed by South Africa yesterday but the women can gain swift revenge today by claiming a place in the World Cup final at Lord's.
The two sides lock horns for the second time in the competition with a spot in Sunday's final at Lord's, against either Australia and India, at stake.
England v South Africa (10h30), Bristol County Ground - Gregory Brathwaite and Paul Wilson (on-field), Christopher Brown (third umpire), S. Saikat (fourth umpire), Steve Bernard (match referee).
Crucial to both successes was India captain Mithali Raj, the highest run-scorer in women's ODI cricket, who made 71 and 109 respectively.
"I'm extremely happy", she said. "In that sense I'm very proud of the girls". "I've always dreamt of getting runs for my country - that hunger never dies".
Where is the ICC Women's World Cup Semi-final between England vs South Africa being played? "They'll be familiar with the conditions, so it's pretty cut throat, we can't afford to be off our game", said Australia's Nicole Bolton.