One step at a time for Finn
Meaker called up as cover for Anderson
There are still four more one-day games, and we will be looking to go 2-0 up in the series.
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Steven Finn has warned that England will still need to play "exceptionally good cricket" to claim victory in the NatWest Series with Australia.
An eighth successive one-day international win in the second contest of the series at the Kia Oval on Sunday will put them only three more away from a number one ranking in all three formats of the game.
The 23-year-old was part of a quartet of seam bowlers who each took two wickets in the opening match at Lord's - Stuart Broad, James Anderson and Tim Bresnan being the others.
Finn is hoping to continue his new-ball partnership with Anderson on Sunday, although the Lancashire paceman is a doubt after picking up a groin injury at Lord's.
Although England showed the potency of their bowling attack in the first contest, Finn and the rest of the camp insist that they are not getting caught up with any possible thoughts of a 5-0 whitewash against a side that currently sits top of the 50-over rankings themselves.
"It is a great thing to have there but is something we haven't talked about. No one has mentioned it. We are not looking that far ahead," Finn said.
"There are still four more one-day games, and we will be looking to go 2-0 up in the series.
"Australia are not the number one ODI side in the world for no reason, and we are going to have to play some exceptionally good cricket to keep beating them."
Eoin Morgan's flamboyant innings of 89 set up the victory at Lord's and Finn is not surprised that the left-handed batsman, a friend and team-mate since both were teenagers, has returned to form after being dropped from the Test team.
Finn added: "I have played a lot of cricket with Eoin, since we were 16 years old, and I have seen him do it lots of times before.
"It is no surprise he is doing it in international cricket - he is one of the best players in the world, especially in that sort of situation.
"To have him around with his experience - he has played a lot of one-day cricket with Ireland, Middlesex and England - is fantastic. How he comes up with some of those shots, I have got no idea. He is a little wizard."
Finn has had to restate his claims in the longer format too, as he is still on the outside looking into the Test ranks when everyone is fit but a first-choice regular in the shorter formats.
Although he undoubtedly has individual aims to get back into the five-day side, Finn knows he needs to work as part of a team to maximise his chances.
"At the end of our marks everyone (the bowlers) talks to each other; everyone passes on their own information that they have found has worked for them in the over before," he said.
"It is great unit to be involved in, because everyone shares their own information. You have to hunt as a pack to get results.
"We are confident as a bowling unit that we can adapt to any conditions and defend the scores the batsmen put on the board for us."
On Saturday evening, England called up Surrey seamer Stuart Meaker as cover for James Anderson.
Anderson, who was troubled by a tight groin at Lord's, was expected to recover in time for Sunday's match at the Kia Oval.
But England decided to call in Meaker as a precaution. The Surrey seamer has played two ODIs for England, the last against India in Kolkata last October.
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