After thumping England in the first one-day international in Melbourne, Australia will look to resume normal services when the two sides meet in the second ODI in Brisbane.
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The Gabba was where it all began for Australia in the Ashes series, which they eventually went on to win 5-0. A certain left-arm fast bowler was unleashed in that now memorable game, and England, even with plenty of new faces, will be quaking in their boots at the prospect of facing Mitchell Johnson again.
"I really enjoy bowling with the white ball, it swings a bit more and I think you can still be as intimidating with the white ball," said Johnson, who returns to the side after a game's rest. "That doesn't change a thing for me.
"I think I proved that in the last one-day series in India and England - you can still use the short-pitched ball and be aggressive. It's been good to have a break and freshen up, and I'm looking forward to playing some one-day cricket."
Johnson was the man of the series in the Ashes, and while the moustache has now been shaved off, his prowess with the ball will no doubt continue to flummox the lacking-in-confidence England batsmen.
Australia were set a decent target of 270 by England in the first one-dayer, but the home side made the chase look ridiculously easy, with Aaron Finch leading from the front.
It was just another thrashing among many for England in this tour, with the away team suffering yet another casualty in the process, with the departure of Steven Finn, who failed to play a single international match in the entire tour.
"Sometimes through your career you go through those ups and downs and his timing is out," England's limited-overs coach Ashley Giles said of Finn, who was tipped to make a major impact on the Australia tour. "That then can affect your confidence and certainly it is not coming out as quickly as he would like either.
"I suppose he has been in this state for at least a couple of months and it hasn't worked. We feel now that it is best to take him out of it. Sometimes you do have to do that, you take guys back. At the moment Steven needs a bit of space in the very short term he probably needs a couple of weeks away from cricket full stop. Steven is not selectable at the moment."
Team news: Australia: Johnson is expected to come in the place of Nathan Coulter-Nile, although Australia could decide to go with another pace bowler with Shane Watson extending his absence from the ODI series until the final one due to a niggling muscle strain.
"Given Shane's workload in the past 12 months we consider it would be beneficial for him to have a longer break and continue his training program at home in Sydney ahead of the final ODI and the tour of South Africa," Australia coach Darren Lehmann said. "Dan Christian, who has been in excellent form in recent weeks, has been added to the ODI Squad to provide an all-round option in Shane's absence."
If Australia do not go with an extra bowler, then Shaun Marsh is likely to be given the opportunity to make an impact at No.3.
England: With Steven Finn also flying back and Stuart Broad not available for the Brisbane match, England might have to rely on the bowlers that did not impress too much in the first ODI, while opener Michael Carberry could replace the out-of-sorts Joe Root.
Expected lineups: Australia: Aaron Finch, David Warner, Shaun Marsh, Michael Clarke (capt), George Bailey, Glenn Maxwell, Brad Haddin, James Faulkner, Mitchell Johnson, Xavier Doherty, Clint McKay.
England: Alastair Cook, Ian Bell, Michael Carberry, Gary Ballance, Eoin Morgan, Ravi Bopara, Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, Tim Bresnan, Chris Jordan, Boyd Rankin.