Shastri said that India have got the right balance in the team and most of the big players are in form at the right time ahead of the ICC event.

"We have got into a good habit of winning games. You might get the odd hiccup on the way. But it's important to maintain a level of consistency and treat every game as an important game. Every game is important from here on," he told a news conference.

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"To win a big tournament you need seven-eight individuals performing consistently. We are not a team of individuals. We are the Indian cricket team. Virat (Kohli) is in outstanding form, and so is Rohit (Sharma)... MS (Dhoni) has done well lower down the order. Yuvraj (Singh) has struck form. Shikhar (Dhawan) has had his moments," Shastri said ahead of the World T20 warm-up game against the West Indies.
     
Champions of the inaugural 2007 edition, India take on the West Indies here today in the warm-up game and Shastri feels that the recent dream run has given a huge boost to the hosts' title aspiration.

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