England all-rounder Adil Rashid is hoping to ease the pain of Friday's narrow defeat to Australia with a swift response in the second one-dayer at Lord's.
The 21-year-old produced an eye-catching all-round display at The Brit Oval, returning figures of 10-0-37-0 before striking an unbeaten 31 in vain during the four-run reverse.
England and Australia renew rivalries at Lord's on Sunday, a match which can be seen live on Sky Sports 1/HD1 from 10am.
Rashid was the only England bowler to complete his full 10-over allocation at The Oval, the Yorkshire leg-spinner bowling with impressive control throughout.
However, it was his batting which took England close to victory, Rashid coming to the middle with his side on 178-6 before taking the hosts within four runs of their victory target.
"It was nice to perform with bat and ball but I have still got a long way to go," Rashid said. "It has increased my confidence bowling to the Australians, who are a great team.
"The more you play, the more confidence you get, and hopefully I can show that in the next game.
"I have still got a long way to go and I've got to improve a hell of a lot."
Despite his star showing in south London, Rashid is not guaranteed to win a third ODI cap against the Australians at Lord's if conditions are overcast.
One man who will definitely be missing for England is opener Joe Denly, who is still recovering from a knee injury incurred playing football earlier this week, and his condition will be assessed after the second ODI.
The new-look Australians are expected to retain the same starting XI which drew first blood in the seven-match series.
All-rounder James Hopes believes Friday's win was crucial and has now halted all the momentum England gained from winning the Ashes series.
"For us it was very important," said Hopes. "It stops the spiral. If we'd started off with a loss it could have been 'here we go again'.
"But we've kick-started the one-day series again and now tomorrow becomes very important.
"It's a short turnaround between games, so the first hour and a half will be very important."