England-Australia encounters, even outside of the Ashes, rarely come without a bit of circus accompaniment - but this standalone five-match ODI series has big-top potential, particularly after England's unexpected rumbling in Edinburgh at the weekend.
"They don't have to do it but it's something we want to bring in at the start of a series, not before every game", Paine said of the handshake arrangement.
"I can't talk about it any more to be honest, we've talked about what's acceptable from our team and what people are saying from outside our team doesn't really matter", Paine said. "Hopefully we will learn going into Wednesday's game [against Australia at The Oval]".
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Morgan, however, accepted they had been well below the standard needed to win in what was their first 50-over match of the British season.
"The way we played, we didn't deserve to win it".
Scotland's first win in global cricket over England came in their first match since they were cruelly denied a place at next year's World Cup after a poor umpiring decision and rain saw them miss out in their final qualifier against the West Indies in Harare in March. "We didn't do enough to win".
A combination of a controversial umpiring decision - with no review system in place - and rain saw them just miss out in the qualifying tournament in Zimbabwe. Eoin Morgan's team have played a fearless brand of cricket over the last three years, with the 2019 World Cup fixed in their crosshairs, but have also crashed and burned on more than one occasion in that time.
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"Cricket has all the ingredients to become a global game", Tendulkar said on Twitter Sunday after Scotland's shock win over the top-ranked England.
"From what I have read, we are not expected to trouble them too much".
Morgan accepted that Scotland had been fired-up for the game and out to make a point after narrowly failing to reach a World Cup which has been condensed to just ten nations by the ICC. That is the bigger shop window rather than personal side of it. It is very exciting for them, you could see how excited they were. This should be a catalyst for more games.
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