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Struggled to pin down a place in the one-day side despite making some handy scores due to doubts over his ability to score at a quick enough rate in modern ODI cricket. But those fears were put to bed in fine style during an otherwise disappointing one-day series for England in Australia as the Warwickshire man scored two centuries and an unbeaten 82. The second of those centuries in particular proved that Trott could score quickly and accelerate when required. Trott still relies heavily on his ability to work the ball to leg in order to keep the scoreboard ticking but has started to show the shot-making talent he has shown in recent years for Warwickshire. Now averaging well over 50 in one-day internationals, Trott's task is to be the reliable rock around which England's innings are built.