Will Porterfield has revealed that Ireland will be going for a win over India when the two sides meet at the World Cup.
The defending champions are unbeaten so far, while the affiliate side have beaten two sides with Test status to give themselves a chance of reaching the quarter-finals.
The captain told BBC Sport: "We had to be on the money and thankfully we got over the line. Alex Cusack didn't let us down, fantastic effort from him.
"It's still in our hands. We've go game to game. We can go to Hamilton against India and get two points there, that's our next goal."
Ireland are still to face India and Pakistan in Pool B, where they currently sit fourth.