Boosted with confidence after lifting the Asia Cup Hockey trophy, the team will aim to start this tournament also on a positive note on Friday, where eight nations will fight for the title.
"For me this tournament is same as the Asia Cup, just that the opponents are different here," Marijne said.
He added, "I have a lot of confidence in my team. Of course there will be mistakes but it is about how we will do with them. We have trained well and had a good camp so we are looking forward to play Australia."
In Pool A, Olympic Champions Argentina will take on Belgium, Netherlands and Spain.
As the reigning Champions Trophy, Oceania Cup, Hockey World League and Commonwealth Games title holders, few can dispute that Australia's Kookaburras are one of the most formidable teams in the game and will be considered as favourites to top Pool B.
In addition to being crowned Hockey World League champions, the winners of the event in Bhubaneswar will also guarantee qualification for the Men's Champions Trophy 2018, which will take place in the Netherlands in June/July. (ANI)