Victories over Bangladesh and England this week have given the 1992 champions a real surge of confidence going into Sunday’s match in Adelaide against a team they have never beaten at the World Cup.
“We needed momentum, we didn’t really play any really good cricket in the recent past,” Waqar told reporters after the four-wicket victory over England.
“So the momentum and the confidence we got from these last two games will definitely help. “India has always been a tough opponent so we’re not going to take it easy. We’re going to make sure we wake up on that morning in a positive frame of mind and look to win this time.”