Jayasuriya Factor to put pressure on Ireland He might be turning 40 later this month but is still a force to reckon with in limited overs cricket. Sanath Jayasuriya is an extremely fit cricketer despite his growing age and still has that element in him to blast off any opposition on his day. After a quite start to the Twenty20 World Cup he seems to find his touch in the last two games scoring 81 off 47 balls against West Indies and then scoring a rapid 26 against Pakistan. Jayasuriya has the ability to score well against good attacks but against average attack he is simply murderous. Ireland will have to be on a lookout for him in today's game because if he gets off to a good start it would surely be 'Bye Bye Ireland'. Sri Lankans have also opened the bowling with Jayasuriya at time during the tournament and with the ball in hand also he can be a tricky proposition for the Irish. Yuvraj the threat for England again At the last Twenty20 World Cup Yuvraj Singh smacked England's Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over. He loves batting against England having played quite a few memorable knock against them in limited overs cricket. Yuvraj is India's main batsman especially after the departure of Virender Sehwag due to injury. He has also been elevated to the role of vice captain and has also got back into form after a quiet IPL. Yuvraj found his touch with a typically robust 67 off 43 balls against West Indies on Friday. The tall left hander will be aiming to replicate his performance in today's must win game against England at Lord's. Yuvi as he is known is a clean striker of the ball, a clever spinner and an athletic fielder making him the ideal package for Twenty20 cricket. India will be hoping that he fires today which will enable them to do good in this important game.