BANGALORE (Agencies) - Australia captain Ricky Ponting says there are no favourites for the World Cup and hopes his team peaks at the right time in a bid to win its fourth consecutive title. Ponting, who led his team to victory in 2003 and 2007, hopes his "team plays its best cricket toward the latter part of the tournament." Ponting said on Friday that Australia, which opens against Zimbabwe at Ahmedabad on Feb. 21, was coming together well. "We are in good shape, confident and have the momentum with us," he said, "but it will be hard to maintain intensity throughout the tournament because of its length and gap between games. We will make sure we progress nice and steady and peak later on." Australia know how to peak, having won a record four of the nine World Cups, including the last three. "There is no doubt that Australia has a pretty good record in the World Cup and other big events, but we are not thinking about it right now," Ponting said. "We have a really good squad and we will be doing everything to our best.