The New Zealand batsmen have so far struggled in the tournament; they may not have had great tracks to play on, but that does not explain the insipid show most of them have put up.
However, opener Lou Vincent said the team is not too worried. "Actually, we have failed to adjust to the tricky conditions we have played on."
On a more positive note, Vincent insisted that the batsmen have learnt from their mistakes, and that the conditions in Mohali are much "more to our liking". He also hoped that his poor run would end in Mohali.
"I have a good history at this stadium," he said. "Hopefully, I'll regain my form here."
The opener was also confident about the team's chances against Pakistan in their do-or-die encounter. "We'll take the field with full strength and are quite confident," he said.