India lifted the Champions Trophy last Sunday, beating England by five runs at Birmingham. “What is very important for us is not to look too far ahead. We will take it series by series,” Dhoni said.
“We just finished a world tournament and now we are in the West Indies. We will first have to see the two teams that are ahead of us. We need to continue our good performance,” he added.
India face the West Indies at Sabina Park in Jamaica tomorrow in their opening match of the series.
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