We have psychological advantage over Australia in WC final : West Indies skipper
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West Indies could be the world's number one women's cricket team if they win tomorrow and Aguilleira said her side has nothing to lose.
"It is the best feeling. We have nothing to lose right now. We have gained everything but yes it will be good to know that we could actually get the trophy under the West Indies shorts," she said.
Aguilleira said this time the team was competing on equal terms with the rest whereas four years ago they made up the numbers.
"We have played good cricket and we have been believing in ourselves. Words can't explain the way I am feeling and we have come from a long week. I had earlier mentioned, in 2009 we just took part in the World Cup and this time we are competing and here we are today in the final," said the Windies captain.
"We have been really working hard and I must compliment the Board as well for investing in the cricket in West Indies.
"The main thing about West Indies cricket is that this is the only thing that brings the countries together. I guess the more we go out and represent, the better it is for us. It is about representing and being good ambassadors," she added.
Summing up her side's performance in the tournament so far, she said, "This tournament has been a roller coaster for us. Ups and downs but I guess that is where the true spirit lies, where we can comeback. You think that you would see ourselves through. We have faith in God and he carried us through this situation. "I must say we have stuck together as a team and motivated each other. Sri Lanka came from nowhere and played extremely good game of cricket, and I must compliment them on that. It was definitely a big plus for us getting here and we are going to make full use of the opportunity."