England are looking to maintain their recent stranglehold on Pakistan in the second game of the NatWest Series at Headingley on Sunday.
The hosts followed Test and T20 series wins by beating Pakistan by 24 runs at Chester-le-Street on Friday in the first of five one-day internationals.
Steve Davies justified his inclusion as England's latest opener-wicketkeeper in the 50-over format with an innings of 87 from 67 balls.
And team director Andy Flower will be tempted to stick with the same starting XI, although given the hectic recent schedule he may feel the need to rotate his seam attack - especially with Ajmal Shahzad and Ryan Sidebottom both eager for a chance.
The opening game of the series was a feisty affair and, at one point during Pakistan's failed pursuit of 275, the umpires had to intervene in a verbal altercation between Jonathan Trott and Kamran Akmal.
"It was just a few things that go on the field," Trott explained. "I said a few words, and he was saying a few - and the umpires got in the middle of it. It was a mountain out of a molehill really.
"I haven't said anything [to clear the air with Akmal]. I didn't think there was much need - I didn't say anything that extraordinary.
"...I'm looking forward to going about my business the way I normally do - and so are the rest of the guys.
"We have a job to do for the face of cricket, to project a great image - which I think we're doing pretty well.
"It's a good test for us to maintain our focus. It's another challenge for us."
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis felt his side's performance at Durham, albeit in defeat, was the start of an on-field recovery following the corruption controversy which has resulted in International Cricket Council charges and suspensions for three of their players.
Test skipper Salman Butt and seamers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif have all now returned home but Wahab Riaz - who is due to questioned by police on September 14 as part of Scotland Yard's ongoing investigation - remains in the squad.
Left-arm paceman Riaz was not picked for the first one-day international but remains available for selection.
"He's in the (squad of) 15. All 15 are available," confirmed Waqar.
Pakistan have fitness concerns over all-rounder Abdul Razzaq (back) and 7ft seamer Mohammad Irfan (leg cramp).
Waqar, however, knows his team face a tough task to halt England's bandwagon.
"They are playing superb cricket," said Waqar of the opposition. "It will take a special performance to beat them, but we looked pretty close. We just need a bit of momentum to go our way."
England (from): AJ Strauss (capt), SM Davies (wkt), IJL Trott, PD Collingwood, EJG Morgan, RS Bopara, TT Bresnan, SCJ Broad, GP Swann, MH Yardy, JM Anderson, RJ Sidebottom, A Shahzad, LJ Wright
Pakistan (from): S Afridi (capt), F Alam, M Yousuf, U Akmal, K Akmal (wkt), A Shafiq, A Razzaq, U Gul, S Ajmal, S Akhtar, M Irfan, M Hafeez, S Hasan, A Ali, W Riaz