India - Netherlands Match Today at 2:30 PM

India will take on the Netherlands in a day-night Group-B encounter at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi on Wednesday from 2:30 PM onwords; with a victory today team India will further strengthen hopes of a place in the quarter-finals. Meanwhile, India have made a decent start to the tournament with signs of improvement in all departments of the game but peaking at the right time and maintaining consistency would be key to lifting the World Cup for the second time in history, captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said on Tuesday. With five points from three matches, India are on top of Group A, but Dhoni warned that his side has a long way to go and what matters is the form in the knock-out stage. "It has been a good and decent show so far. We have got a decent start in the tournament. We had two good wins, a tied game. Against Ireland we were under some pressure at a point of time but it happens with any international side. The batsmen did well to win that game," Dhoni said ahead of India's fourth league match against the Netherlands in New Delhi on Wednesday. "The important thing is to peak at the right time and play our best game in the knock-out phase. In the quarterfinals, one bad match and then we are gone. There is no chance for a comeback. We cannot say that we had not played our best. It is one thing to be in good form and another to be in consistent form till the end of the tournament," he told reporters at the pre-match press conference. He said the team can improve its batting while there have also been some positives in bowling.