Australia's T20 skipper George Bailey is confident and expects the team to stand up to the expectations against Ireland.

Australia were runners-up in 2010 in the West Indies, and is ranked ninth in the ICC Twenty20 rankings.
They lost to defending Champions England on Monday by nine runs.
"Australia are our biggest threat," Bailey said.
"If we rock up ready to play and play as well as we can, then I don't think there's a threat.
"We're aware they are playing pretty good cricket and a lot of them are experienced from county cricket.
"I don't think it's a side we'll be taking more lightly but the focus will be on how we need to play," Bailey said.