Chennai: New Zealand paceman Kyle Mills says his team will try to get into the groove for the upcoming World Twenty20 by getting the better of India in the second Twenty20 match, here on Tuesday.
Mills said going into a major tournament such as Twenty20 World Cup, getting the momentum is crucial. "I'm a firm believer in the fact that cricket is a big momentum game. If you have momentum on your side then it instills confidence in your team and you can sort of work with that throughout the tournament. Tomorrow night is a starting point to get into a good place to work towards the World Cup," Mills said on the match eve.
The World Twenty20 will begin in Sri Lanka September 18 and tomorrow' game is the last international assignment for the two teams ahead of the tournament.