Tim Bresnan: 'England are still a confident team'

England bowler Tim Bresnan celebrates after taking the wicket of Indian batsman Shikhar Dhawan during the ICC World Twenty20 tournament's warm up cricket match between England and India at The Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on March 19, 2
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Tim Bresnan still believes that England are playing good cricket in patches following a disappointing few months on tour.

Tim Bresnan has insisted that a disappointing few months has not stopped England from being confident heading into matches.

The seamer believes that England are still playing well in patches, despite being involved in unsuccessful tours of Australia and the West Indies in recent months.

"We're still confident," Bresnan told reporters ahead of Thursday's World Twenty20 game against Sri Lanka. "Things haven't gone our way over the last few months but we still believe we're playing good cricket, turning out good performances.

"But stringing together everything at the same time is a problem for us. If we can find that spark and everything clicks, we can beat anyone in the world."

England lost their first game of the tournament to New Zealand on Saturday.

Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Sing Dhoni hits a boundary during the final match of the Tri-Nation series between India and Sri Lanka at the Queen's Park Oval stadium in Port of Spain on July 11, 2013
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