Chennai: West Indies coach Ottis Gibson said that they were all set to upset India in the last Group B league match of the World Cup on Sunday to make sure that they seal the quarterfinals berth.

The Group B is still wide open with only the South Africa, who already have eight points from five games, assured of a berth in the quarterfinals. The remaining three spots will be decided after the South Africa-Bangladesh tie on March 19 and India-West Indies match on March 20.

"We need to play our part in this game (against India). I do not think it is advantageous for us from the pitch. We are going to play on the adjacent pitch to the one that we played England on Thursday. We need to win the toss and make 400 runs to put pressure on India," he said.

Gibson said his side can take a lot of positive from Thursday's loss to England.

"But our young brigade of 25 years has done a great job in bowling. Andre Russell is only playing his second international match. Ramnaresh Sarwan played well but he was out to a good ball from Graeme Swann. You saw the young guys coming good from this game. Despite the loss to England, we take a lot from this game," Gibson said.