LONDON (APP)- Pakistan will be more than eager to erase the bitter memories of the 2007 World Cup loss to Ireland when the two teams clash in their final Group F Super 8s stage game in the ICC World Twenty20 Cup at The Oval on Monday. A shocking Irish victory in the West Indies two years ago sent Pakistan tumbling out of the World Cup, a defeat that impacted its coach Bob Woolmer so badly that he died from heart failure in his hotel room in Jamaica. However, a resurgent Pakistanis are unlikely to face a similar fate from the men across the Irish sea this time, though given the nature of this shorter version of the game, anything could happen.Monday's win will surely consolidate Pakistan position for a place in the semi-finals though it will have to wait for the outcome of Sri Lanka- New Zealand match on June 16 in Nottingham to be assured of a berth in the last four. A likely Sri Lankan success will pave the way though the Kiwis are on the top of the Group with better runs rate of plus 1.23.00 while Pakistan lay third at plus 0.500 with Sri Lanka in the second position at plus 0.950. Ireland in their opening group match were soundly thrashed by 83 runs by New Zealand and are generally assumed to lose to Sri Lanka on Sunday at the Lords. But Pakistanis are on the roll with their star pace bowler Umar Gul hogging the headlines with his five- wicket demolition of New Zealand on Saturday. Gul's sensational fast bowling spell which read 3-0-6-5 scripted Pakistan's six wicket-win over the Kiwis, which strengthened their chances of making it to the semi-finals. The return of all rounder Abdul Razzaq has also strengthened the side and this was evident from the breakthrough he gave in the first over against New Zealand.It is no surprise to find Ireland in Super 8s.As a leading ICCs Associate member, it has qualified for the 2011 World Cup after winning the qualifier in South Africa. In the current competition, they producer a shocker beating Test playing Bangladesh by two wickets with OBrien brothers Niall and Keven guiding them to a sensational success at Trent Bridge. Teams: (From) Pakistan- Younis Khan (captain), Shahid Afridi, Saeed Ajmal, Kamran Akmal, Fawad Alam, Abdul Razzaq,Muhammad Aamir, Iftikhar Anjum, Salman Butt, Shahzaib Hasan, Umar Gul, Shoaib Malik, Ahmed Shahzad, Sohail Tanvir, Misbahul Haq. Ireland- William Porterfield (Captain), Andre Botha, Jeremy Botha, Peter Connell, Alex Cusack, Trent Johnston, Kyle McCallan, John Mooney, Kevin OBrien, Niall OBrien, Boyd Rankin, Paul Stirling, Regan West, Andrew White, Gary Wilson.