Opening batsman Chris Gayle says he remains confident West Indies can advance to the finals of the ICC World Twenty20 tournament currently under way in Sri Lanka.

Gayle sounded upbeat as the West Indies prepared to take on defending champions England in their first game of the Super Eight phase of the competition today.

“We are very confident. Our main worry was to cross this hurdle, which was actually to make it to the Super Eight, so I am pretty much confident we should do well. I am very confident we can go straight to the end,” said Gayle.

“The guys will be more relaxed. The first game was a pressure game and the second game was a pressure game as well. I think they are more relaxed and eventually they will come into their own and then they can play the cricket which everyone knows they are capable of.” -From Jamaica Gleaner

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