"It's a completely different challenge and a completely different team that we will be playing", Bairstow said.
Less than a year remains until England look to add a first piece of 50-over silverware to their trophy cabinet, with few better chances of ending their barren run than a tournament on home soil.
"Dave is the best One Day and T20 batsman of the past decade so he's perfectly placed to join our coverage for the United Kingdom series", Nine's Director of Sport Tom Malone said.
MacLeod credited Grant Bradburn, the team coach, and Coetzer, his captain, saying, "This win has been coming for a couple of years since Grant and Kyle took over and pushed the aggressive cricket you saw".
England rallied again, thanks to a 71-run eighth-wicket partnership between Moeen Ali and Liam Plunkett.
"It's part and parcel of the game", he said. Indeed, Langer claimed that sledging is in Australia's DNA but warned: "There's a difference between banter and abuse". There are a number of routes he could go, with questions over where Aaron Finch bats and the make-up of the pace attack.
But Derbyshire have moved quickly to secure the 85-cap worldwide batsman on the back of his seventh ODI hundred as part of a new relationship between the midlands county and Cricket Scotland. Given recent dry weather, there might, however, be some purchase for spin.
Morgan's side went into the one-off one-day worldwide as the number one-ranked ODI side in the world, but suffered a shock defeat for the first time in their history to Scotland.
Australia's last ODI victory at The Oval came in 2010.
However, without David Warner and Steve Smith, the Australian side will have their backs against the wall and need the other players to step up and be counted and get the job done for the side against the hosts.
"Our bowlers missed their lengths and lines a little bit and with the bat we didn't play as good cricket as we would have liked". They're a really unsafe side, though, and you can't ever take a side like that lightly.