I think India has the guts to come back again strongly as they did in exactly the same WC 2 years back. According to Dhoni, when India is under pressure, they perform well. India needs to win the second of their Super 8’s match against the Englishmen on Sunday to keep their hopes alive of remaining in the competition and defending the title that they had won two years ago in style in South Africa. If they have to win the match against England, they will have to dominate every area of the game and will have to perform like complete pros. The unexpected 7-wicket loss to West Indies should provide as an eye-opener to Team India. There are a lot of concerns for India to handle and rectify to remain the competition. The short-pitched bowling from West Indies was the backbone reason why India lost to West Indies. The Indian batsmen just could find no answer to these rising deliveries. Dhoni himself has been a failure with the bat. In the last game he played an innings suitable for Tests. The first and the final overs too are proving too costly and runs need to be curtailed especially in these overs. On the other hand, England too needs to win the match to remain the competition. They too have lost a match in the Super 8’s. And if they don’t win against India on Sunday, then they are virtually out of the tournament – they have just huffed and puffed into the Super 8’s. The England captain Paul Collingwood has already issued a warning to India and they are going to play tough cricket. Well, not only England, but also India has to play tough cricket and win both the remaining matches to think of defending the title.