England captain Eoin Morgan admits his side know Sunday's World Twenty20 final against the West Indies will not be a "normal game".
England will be out for revenge against the team who beat them in the opening game of the tournament when the title is on the line at Eden Gardens.
"We're quite real about things," said Morgan, whose side recorded an emphatic win over New Zealand in the semi-finals.
"We know it's not going to be a normal game, even the semi-final we played there was quite a lot of hype around the expectation of playing in a final.
"I want all of our players to embrace it. Tomorrow everything's going to feel a little bit rushed to start with, it's important that we're in a really good frame of mind to slow things down when needed, and more importantly execute our skills."