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GEORGETOWN, Guyana - New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming says he is confident his side has what it takes to win the World Cup.
The Black Caps beat Ireland by 129 runs on Monday and one more victory would see them into the semifinals.
"We know we are capable of winning it, it's just about how we play or how we let the opposition play," said Fleming.
"As we get down to the business end it's going to come down to two games to win the World Cup. That's an exciting prospect but also a scary one."
The Kiwis, who have won all six of their games in the West Indies and top the Super 8 table on run rate from Australia, are on the verge of the semifinals.
Their final three Super 8 games are against Sri Lanka, South Africa and Australia and Fleming is determined they will maintain their momentum.
"We are getting back to full fitness at the right time," said the Kiwi captain.
"We're in the semis or close to it by winning one more game.
"To get to that point we've got three tough games where players in form have to remain in form and we've got to be smart with our assessment of conditions.
"We have our work cut out for us, but it has been a good run so far." - BBC