The ground is renowned as a batsman's paradise, with England having twice set the world record for the highest score in a one-day worldwide -- 444 for three against Pakistan in 2016 and last year's 481 for six - on the very pitch that will be used for Monday's match at Trent Bridge.
Australia: Coach Justin Langer has already indicated that the team will go in with a unchanged playing XI for their second match which means Nathan Lyon will continue to warm the bench.
"I do not think that at this point of time, any of the players will be thinking about Pakistan match because we need to do well in our initial matches and if we will be able to win those matches then I do not think there will be an issue for Pakistan match", Raina told ANI.
"We believe in the dressing room that this is our best chance in the last 40 years for us to win the competition".
Labelling the Caribbean side's batting as a "behemoth" while praising the attack as having "fast-bowling depth", Waugh said West Indies carried a massive threat which Australia would not have dealt with in their opening win over Afghanistan last weekend.
"I guess it all boils down to the conditions".
"If it´s a situation where we feel a batsman may be susceptible to the short ball, then we´re going to use it", he said. If that bouncer can get into their head and allow our other four balls in that over to be perfectly executed or you know give us a bigger margin for error then flawless. "It´s just not stuck on the short ball".
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All the teams will play each other once, there's nine games each before those semi-finals, so I don't think England will be too anxious.
"We are not anxious about them, we're just focussed on our game", Reifer said on Monday. But they have been talked up as one of the dark horses for the tournament, something the captain doesn't want to take too seriously at this stage.
Jason Holder's West Indies are reviving memories of their World Cup glory days with a pace attack that has the ability to strike fear into opposition batsmen. We've got a hurdle to overcome.
"When I was a kid it was Calypso cricket, and I think we're seeing plenty of signs of Calypso cricket", said Langer said.
I listened to Eoin Morgan's interview after the game and he said it's very unlikely any team is going to go unbeaten in the competition although obviously it wasn't ideal to lose.
I'm sure both the players and spectators will relish this type of cricket as it is an even contest that can be unpredictable. "What was really good about it is that the guys went out there and executed the plans", he pointed out. We're up for the challenge.
"In my view, England is very strong team special Archer's association with team is big thing and they are doing well in each department they are looking very good on paper and as well as in the ground so I think all matches will be tough", he said.