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England's James Tredwell hopes to see Australia continue attacking his bowling ahead of the final two ODI's.

Australia lead the series 1-0 after three games after the first and third clashes were spoilt by Autumnal, rainy conditions.

The visitors attacked the off-spinner's bowling in the Old Trafford clash, the only one to produce a result yet, Tredwell finished with figures of 60 for no wicket from eight overs.

However, the Kent captain wasn't concerned with his treatment at the hands of the in-form Aussies.

"They came pretty hard in that game at Old Trafford. It was a plan by the looks of it, and on another day it could have been 3-20 after four overs." He told SkySports.

"If they come pretty hard it gives me a chance to get a few wickets, hopefully.

"You just try and make it as hard for them as possible - batten down the hatches and challenge them to hit you in places they don't want to.

"The other day it came off for them, hopefully it might be my day at some stage in the series."

Tredwell has been an important feature of the England one-day sides of the past few years as the selectors manage the workload of premier spinner, Graeme Swann.

Nonetheless, the Kent man has outperformed his main rival in white ball cricket and was even named England captain for a Twenty20 international against New Zealand earlier in the summer, although the match only lasted two balls.

Tredwell has 33 ODI wickets for England at an average of 24. Despite being called on a number of tours, he still only has the solitary Test Cap which he picked up back in 2010 in Bangladesh, taking six wickets on debut.

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