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13 June 2018, 01:04 | Anna Jefferson
Chris and Tom Sole are bullish about Scotland's chances of beating England on home turf this Sunday
Scotland registered their first victory over their neighbours at Edinburgh on Sunday, bowling England out for 365 after posting their highest score of 371 for five.
"I'm expecting a tough series".
"I can't talk about it any more to be honest, we've talked about what's acceptable from our team and what people are saying from outside our team doesn't really matter", said Paine. The circus is about to begin again, but both teams would rather their cricket did the talking over the next two weeks.
For Scotland, it was a famous win and the greatest in their history having only recently failed to qualify for next year's World Cup in controversial circumstances and it served as a reminder for Morgan's side, who are considered favourites for the tournament next year.
"I'm absolutely happy with that, it doesn't bother me", said Morgan.
He added: "It does not take away what happened in Zimbabwe and everyone's feelings about the 10-team World Cup but this was a special day".
"We set our stall out to be number one in the world and that's where we are, whether we were number one in this game or not, Scotland would still be delighted to win, it's not just because we are number one".
There were many interested observers of the scenes at The Grange on Sunday and a group of them were in London on a day off before their final preparations for the one-day series against England. This should be a catalyst for more games.
Home skipper Kyle Coetzer posted 31 while Michael Leask top-scored with 38 not out as Scotland fell short, closing on 156-6.
However, without David Warner and Steve Smith, the Australian side will have their backs against the wall and need the other players to step up and be counted and get the job done for the side against the hosts.
"It was nice to see what this Scottish team can really provide. It's nice for us to take this opportunity".
England-Australia encounters, even outside of the Ashes, rarely come without a bit of circus accompaniment - but this standalone five-match ODI series has big-top potential, particularly after England's unexpected rumbling in Edinburgh at the weekend.
It didn't go the way they would have wanted. The addition of Sam Billings and Jake Ball as replacements for the injured Stokes and Woakes respectively should provide England with a good pool of players to choose from for the first encounter. "We didn't do enough to win".
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