Andrew Strauss insists England will not be underestimating Bangladesh during the three-match one-day international series despite the one-sided nature of recent encounters between the two sides.
England have a 100 per cent record against the Tigers in 19 matches across all formats since Bangladesh's elevation to full members of the International Cricket Council in 2000.
And Strauss' men head into the series opener at Trent Bridge on Thursday full of confidence after a 3-2 success against 50-over world champions Australia.
"We've won four out of six one-dayers (this summer) and we're very keen to win these three," said Strauss, whose side also beat Scotland in a one-off game prior to the Australia series.
"They're a dangerous side, they all play shots, and Tamim Iqbal in particular is very dangerous.
"In Bangladesh (in March) we had to labour to win the one-day series and we're going to have to work hard and make sure we don't give them any inroads into the game.
"I don't think we're a good enough team just to turn up and win.
"We want to take things forward from our Australia win. There's no room for complacency on our part."
England have chosen to rest premier spinner Graeme Swann for the series and batsman Kevin Pietersen is ruled out by a calf injury.
Kent off-spinner James Tredwell and Warwickshire batsman Jonathan Trott have come into a 13-man squad.
A two-spinner approach in the limited-over formats appears to be preferred by team director Andy Flower, a ploy that worked well with Swann and Michael Yardy during the World Twenty20 victory earlier this year and continued against Australia.
Tredwell, therefore, is likely to earn his second one-day international cap, having debuted on the tour of Bangladesh in March.
Trott is battling it out with Warwickshire team-mate Ian Bell to replace Kevin Pietersen, whose absence creates a vacancy in the pivotal number three position.
Stuart Broad is expected to play despite the death of his step-mother.
Miche Broad, the wife of ICC match referee and former England batsman Chris, died on Wednesday after a battle with motor neurone disease.
Bangladesh suffered a 149-run defeat to Sussex in their first warm-up fixture but turned things around straight away by handing out a 141-run thrashing to Middlesex.
Fit-again paceman Mashrafe Mortaza has regained the captaincy from Shakib Al Hasan after convincing the selectors he has recovered from knee trouble.
There is no place in a 15-man squad for former skipper Mohammad Ashraful but middle-order batsman Raqibul Hasan returns after a brief spell in international retirement.
"It isn't going to be easy against England," said Mortaza. "We have to play good cricket, hopefully we can do it and perform well this time.
"We are trying to play good cricket starting from the first match, that is our first ambition.
"I think we are a better team in one-day cricket than in Test cricket and I think this game suits us.
"A few of the batsman are in good form and hopefully a few other guys can join in."
England (from): A Strauss (capt), J Anderson, I Bell, T Bresnan, S Broad, P Collingwood, C Kieswetter (wkt), E Morgan, A Shahzad, J Tredwell, J Trott, L Wright, M Yardy
Bangladesh (from): M Mortaza (capt), R Hasan, S Al Hasan, F Hossain, N Hossain, R Hossain, T Iqbal, J Islam, S Islam, I Kayes, Mahmudullah, M Rahim (wkt), A Razzak, S Rasel, J Siddique