England's cricketers are still confident of defending their World Twenty20 crown going into the Super Eight matches.
Despite a record defeat against India Stuart Broad's team are refusing to panic, or give up on their original plan for winning the World Twenty20 again.
Many analysts interpreted their 90-run loss against India at the Premadasa Stadium where they were bowled out for their worst Twenty20 score of just 80, as an ominous blow to their aspirations.
But as they get ready to play the West Indies at the Pallekele stadium, they are determined to stick with Plan A.
England fast bowler Steven Finn said: "We don't have to do anything different than we've done.
"We've had one one bad game - we know that - but we move on from it. We brush it under the carpet; we learn from our mistakes, and we get better from it."
The Windies have yet to win a match, having come off worst against Australia in their first match and rain ended any chance of a result against Ireland.
Their captain Darren Sammy said: "We've played England a few times in the last few months and we believe we can go out and beat them - we have a good twenty20 record against them."