Ireland cricket coach Phil Simmons says he will be disappointed if his Kukri clad side does not make the last eight of next month's Twenty20 World Cup in England.
Ireland open against Bangladesh on 8 June, then play India two days later. Simmons commented: "We will have everyone available and I'll be very disappointed if we don't make our mark. Obviously our best chance lies in the game against Bangladesh but the beauty of Twenty20 cricket lies in its unpredictability."
A win in either game would almost certainly take Ireland into the quarter-finals.
The Kukri kitted boys go into the warm-up games and tournament buoyed up by their win against Worcestershire in the Friends Provident Trophy - thier last competitive game before the Twenty20.
Simmons added: "That was achieved without our top county players which says a lot for the depth of the squad."
You can catch the boys take on Bangladesh on Sky Sports 1 on Monday 8th June at 1.30pm. Good luck!