The equation is straightforward for Pakistan - win convincingly against Ireland. Although a semi-final berth won't be guaranteed even after a win today but it will make the route that much easier. Ireland beat Pakistan in the last 50 over World Cup in 2007 and will be hoping to repeat the performance. However after good showing early on Irish have lost their way in the Super 8s. They have nothing to loose but are expected to give it their all. Pakistan in the meanwhile have found some semblance of good form and should make the most of it. Umar Gul is bowling really well while return of Abdul Razzaq has lent much needed stability to the line up. Once again the openers will need to score well which will ease the pressure at the middle order. Pakistan will have to go all out and win by a big margin. Professionalism, application and teamwork will be the key words for Pakistan to succeed. Pressure game for West Indies, India West Indies need to win this game to move ahead. After a comfortable win against India they lost their way against South Africa and thus need to win by a reasonable margin against England today. The Windies bowling was pretty pedestrian in the last game and they need to find form in this important clash. The Calypsos will take heart from the batting form of Dwayne Bravo and Lendl Simmons and would be relying on them once again. England lost miserably against South Africa and need to play well now. The likes of Ravi Bopara, Owais Shah and Paul Collingwood need to fire for England while in bowling James Anderson and Stuart Broad need to live up to the hype created by British media about them and take wickets. West Indies will have the upper hand but England can do well with a more concerted effort.