Holder: The quarter-final is a huge thing for us

2015 World Cup

West Indies captain Jason Holder has told his team to not hold anything back when they meet co-hosts New Zealand in the World Cup quarter-final in Wellington on Saturday.

The Black Caps go into the match as overwhelming favourites, with the Windies tipped by many before the tournament to not even make the knock-out stages.

It is fact that is acknowledged by Holder, with the skipper saying that the quarter-final match is going to be a big one for his team.

Holder said: "(The quarter-final) is a huge thing for us. People pretty much wrote us off at the beginning of the tournament.

"They didn't expect us to get to the quarter-final stage and now we're here. We're just going out all guns blazing tomorrow and just giving it our all.

"New Zealand can be beaten. We beat them in the last series when we played them here and no doubt we will be looking to beat them tomorrow."

The winner of the quarter-final clash will meet South Africa in the semi-finals in Auckland on Thursday.