West Indies captain Darren Sammy said on Thursday his team will take a mental edge into their World Twenty20 match against Australia on Friday with memories of their semi-final win in the previous edition of the tournament still fresh in his team's mind.
"So far we have not played to full potential," Sammy said on the eve of the crucial group 2 game against Australia. "But we last played them at the World Twenty20 semi-final and everyone knows what happened. We scored some 200."
The West Indies registered a handsome 74-run win over Australia in Colombo on the way to winning the title in 2012.