England have announced an unchanged squad for the upcoming five-match on-day international series against Australia which gets under way on June 29.
The committee of selectors have named the same 14 players that recently helped secure a 2-0 series win against West Indies and a sixth consecutive home one-day international series win.
That means there is no place for Alex Hales who yesterday produced a stunning innings as he eventually fell for 99 as England beat West Indies in as one-off Twenty20 match.
With the retirement of Kevin Pietersen there seems to be a place going in the ODI side but the superb century that Ian Bell struck against West Indies has made sure that he has kept his place in the England side.
"The series win against West Indies was pleasing and we are making steady progress in one-day cricket with a sixth straight series victory on home soil," said national selector Geoff Miller.
"Australia are a strong one-day side and I've no doubt this will be a challenging NatWest series for us and we will need to play some very good cricket over the next three weeks.
"Playing against the number one ranked one-day side in the world is an excellent test for us as we look to keep steadily improving ahead of next summer' ICC Champions Trophy and the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup."
One-day captain Alastair Cook and Ravi Bopara have both been released to play for Essex against Australia on Tuesday night and will be hoping to show what they are capable of against an impressive Aussie bowling attack.
AN Cook (capt), JM Anderson, JM Bairstow, IR Bell, RS Bopara, TT Bresnan, SCJ Broad, JW Dernbach, ST Finn, C Kieswetter, EJG Morgan, SR Patel, GP Swann, IJL Trott.