West Indies skipper Darren Sammy backed his bowlers and said his side has the belief to do well in the Super Eight round of the ICC World T20 tournament in Sri Lanka.

 

West Indies entered the Super Eights of the ICC World Twenty20 by virtue of superior net run-rate after their final group league encounter against Ireland was called off due to heavy downpour at the R Premadasa  Stadium. 

 

Despite both finished on a point each having lost their respective match against Australia, it was West Indies who qualified with a superior run-rate of -1.855 than Ireland's -2.092 and will be playing the Super Eights against New Zealand, England and hosts Sri Lanka.