England are unlikely to change a winning formula when they name their squad for the NatWest one-day international series against Australia on Monday morning.
England will renew their rivalry with Australia in a five-match series that begins at Lord's on Friday. Alastair Cook's men will head into the series with a perfect record from six ODIs this year and were only denied the chance at a whitewash success over West Indies when Friday's third match in Leeds was washed out without a ball being bowled.
England's selectors earned the ire of some before that match when they announced that Stuart Broad, Graeme Swann and Tim Bresnan would be rested amid a busy summer schedule. But barring injury all three are certain to be included in the squad, which is set to be announced at 9.30am.
England's much-debated rotation system is set to be shelved - while the series is alive at least - as they look to test their recent 50-over improvement against the world's top-ranked side.
Cook admitted as much at Headingley when he described the arrival of Australia as "a big series for us as a one-day team" and he will head into it fortified by the impressive start to his opening partnership with the newly-recalled Ian Bell.
The top of the order had loomed as a potential Achilles heel when Kevin Pietersen announced his premature retirement from the limited overs formats earlier this summer. Bell was drafted in and immediately showed his fit for the role after hitting just the second century of his international one-day career.
Cook followed that by reaching three figures for the third time in six games as he and Bell set up convincing back-to-back wins and a rousing rebuttal to thoughts Pietersen's absence would be terminal to any shorter-term ambitions.
The only possible change the England selectors are likely to debate is whether to retain Jade Dernbach, who left the squad for the second match of the West Indies series following the tragic death of his Surrey team-mate and close friend Tom Maynard.
Maynard's funeral will take place at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff on July 4 - the same day as the third ODI in Birmingham - and it is unlikely that Dernbach would be available for that match at least.
The 26-year-old did, however, return to England duty for the rained-off final ODI in Leeds, during which Cook revealed he felt Dernbach was in the right frame of mind to play, while he was also in the squad for Sunday's Twenty20 international at Trent Bridge.