"The level of expectation has been high around the team for a while, it doesn't get higher than being number one in the world". England beat Australia 4-1 away from home a matter of months ago, and recently rose to No. 1 in the rankings (not that it helped them a jot against Scotland).
England will lock horns with Australia for the limited over series starting from June 13.
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.More news: Virginia holds a primary today; polls are open from 6 a.m
The series consists of 5 ODIs and one T20I.
MacLeod credited Grant Bradburn, the team coach, and Coetzer, his captain, saying, "This win has been coming for a couple of years since Grant and Kyle took over and pushed the aggressive cricket you saw".
From 276-7, the visitors threatened to get out of trouble courtesy of Moeen Ali (46) and Liam Plunkett (47 not out), but there was to be another twist in the tale.
Talking on the defeat Bairstow said, "It's part and parcel of the game". Indeed, Langer claimed that sledging is in Australia's DNA but warned: "There's a difference between banter and abuse". There could be ODI debuts for D'arcy Short and Michael Neser.More news: Putin Expects Trump to Fulfill Pre-Election Promise, Improve Ties With Russia
Many cricketing legends and pundits took to social media to support Scotland and the rise of Associate Nations. Given recent dry weather, there might, however, be some purchase for spin.
Ashton Agar believes Australia can exploit the uncertainty created by England's shock six-run defeat to Scotland in the forthcoming ODI series.
Australia captain Tim Paine says his players will shake hands with their England rivals before Wednesday's clash at The Oval as the tourists aim to heal the wounds of their recent ball-tampering scandal.
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"We were not taking them lightly even before the England match", said Pakistan's captain Sarfraz Ahmed ahead of T20Is against Scotland.