<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="ICC Women's World Cup 2013: West Indies coach expects impressive performance from team" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130124214234.jpg" title="ICC Women's World Cup 2013: West Indies coach expects impressive performance from team" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> The West Indies are in group A with Sri Lanka, India and England © Getty Images</p> </div> <strong>Bridgetown: Jan 24, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> Head coach Sherwin Campbell says he anticipates an impressive showing from the West Indies in the<a href="/tags/ICC/post" target="_blank"> ICC</a> Women's cricket World Cup which begins January 31 in India.<br /> <br /> The 15-member team, captained by Merissa Aguilleira, left the Caribbean Tuesday to participate in the tenth edition of the tournament which runs until Feb 17, reports CMC.<br /> <br /> Campbell says the Windies players are in high spirits particularly after performances which carried them to the finals of last year's<a href="/tags/T20-World-Cup/post" target="_blank"> T20 World Cup</a> where they lost by 28 runs to Australia.<br /> <br /> "We are expecting to do well. We did pretty well in the last T20 world cup. We are looking forward to this world cup," Campbell told journalists.<br /> <br /> The West Indies will play warm-up games Jan 28 and 29 before opening their campaign against India at Wankhede Stadium Jan 31.<br /> <br /> "Most of the girls are familiar with the conditions. It's just a matter of getting to it as quick as possible and getting acclimatized and hit the ground running from day one," said Campbell, a former West Indies opener.<br /> <br /> "We have two warm-up games before we play again and a couple days to get acclimatized. So I am looking forward to the competition."<br /> <br /> The West Indies are in group A with <a href="/tags/Sri-Lanka/post" target="_blank">Sri Lanka</a>, <a href="/tags/India/post" target="_blank">India</a> and <a href="/tags/England/post" target="_blank">England</a> while group B comprises Pakistan, New Zealand, South Africa and Australia.<br /> <br /> England are the defending champions after beating Australia in the 2009 finals in Sydney.