Mohammad Hafeez has challenged Pakistan win their remaining games, starting with Bangladesh on Sunday, to secure a World Twenty20 semi-final.
Despite losing their opening game to India, Pakistan bounced back to defeat Australia by 16 runs and will look to build momentum as they take on winless Bangladesh.
Hosts Bangladesh are yet to register a victory in the Super 10s, having lost to defending champions West Indies and India in their opening encounters.
As the Super 10s stage draws to a close some may be scratching their heads to work out the various permutations but Hafeez wants to dispense with all that as the team prepare for their penultimate Group Two match.
"The picture is very much clear," Hafeez said. "As a team, we've to win every game (from here) to be through to the semi-finals. We know there is no chance of making any mistakes, and we are ready for it.
"India have played very good cricket so far in the tournament. It's good that they are through and the rest of the teams know what it will take to advance; in the last game (against Australia), great character was shown by everyone, and we hope to build on it."
Bangladesh's losing run now stretches three matches, after they went down to Hong Kong in the final qualifying stage match.
Captain Mushfiqur Rahim has challenged his team to bounce back from their thumping eight-wicket loss to India and cut out the "small mistakes" which he believes have contributed to the Tigers' dismal campaign.
"When we win a game, a lot of small mistakes are overlooked," he said.
"But when we lose, they come into focus. Nothing is working for us, and we are committing all these small mistakes.
"We wanted to start the Super 10s really well, but unfortunately that didn't happen in the first (Super 10s) game.
"There was a bit of improvement (against India) in the batting department at least, but there still are lots of areas to work on. We are playing against top teams, we need to play smart cricket."
Mushfiqur also revealed there may be a change of tact from Bangladesh as they aim to right their wrongs.
"Our plan coming into the tournament was for Shakib to play at number three, me at number four. But because Nasir (Hossain) and Mahmudullah were not in good form and Sabbir (Rahman) is a new guy, we didn't want to risk Shakib going in very early," he added.
"He plays his shots and could get out early too. The same could have happened with me. But we are going to think about it again, and probably bat in the top order."
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