Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni arrived with his team in Bangladesh on Friday in Dhaka for the ICC World Twenty20 and expects the experience of playing in Indian Premier League to help his side achieve success in the marquee tournament starting on March 21.
"We have got bowlers who have played lot of T20. You may say not internationally but all of them have played quite a few T20 games in India, especially the IPL and the condition being quite similar here, that will really help them. The standard of IPL is high. They play against some of the best players and they have to execute their plans and I think that will really help them," Dhoni said in a press conference at Dhaka on Friday.
India won the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2007 but have failed to reach the knockout stages in the last three editions. This year too, their task is cut out as they have been put in the same group as arch-rivals Pakistan, defending champions West Indies and in-form Australia. (BCCI snub Sunil Gavaskar, won't sack Duncan Fletcher)
Dhoni, who returned after a much-needed break during the Asia Cup due to a side strain, said he was looking to treat each and every game as an important one and look to find the right combination in the warm-up ties.