Defending champions West Indies head into their winner-takes-all ICC World Twenty20 showdown with Pakistan in buoyant fashion, following victory over Australia.
The pair lock horns in the Shere Bangla Stadium's night clash, with the winner joining India in the semi-finals from Group 2 of the Super 10s, condemning the loser to an early flight home.
The West Indies were riled by the comments of Australia all-rounder James Faulkner, but had the last say in a six-wicket victory on Friday.
That result effectively sealed an early exit for pre-tournament favourites Australia, as captain Darren Sammy wreaked havoc in the final over, hitting successive sixes off Faulkner to win the match with two balls to spare.
The exuberant and memorable celebrations that followed from Sammy and West Indies opener Chris Gayle signalled their delight but Dwayne Bravo insists they are back to earth and ready for a "nail-biting" clash.
"The intensity will always be there," he said.
"The game against Pakistan is important for both the teams. I know it will be a nail-biting game.
"We need to play well to get out of this 'Group of Death' and look forward to playing in the semi-final."
Pakistan beat another of Group Two's stooges on Sunday, when Ahmed Shehzad's unbeaten 111 set up a 50-run success against hosts Bangladesh.
The 2009 winners therefore still have a chance of regaining their title and will be through to the last four, against the Group One winners back at the Shere Bangla Stadium, if they can get the better of the West Indies on Tuesday.
Pakistan will come up against former spinner Saqlain Mushtaq, who will sit in the opposing dugout as West Indies spin-bowling advisor for the tournament.
Captain Mohammad Hafeez acknowledged the class of Mushtaq, but admits his presence does not concern Pakistan, who have Saeed Ajmal leading a four-pronged spin attack.
"He was a world-class spinner," Hafeez told reporters. "But he does not have a magic formula, nor can he come and bowl himself.
"We believe in ourselves and I think our players are good enough to win the match."
Watch West Indies v Pakistan live on Sky Sports 2HD at 2pm on Tuesday.