Australia skipper Tim Paine expects a torrid reception from England fans and the media during next month's one-day international tour.
Paine, who took over as Test skipper after the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa, will lead Australia's 15-man squad for the June one-day international series.
"It's certainly going to be raised. The English are going to be basking in the glory of what's happened," he said in Hobart on Thursday.
"Guys are certainly going to have to be ready for that.
"If we can play well as a team and show we're moving forward then hopefully the talk around that stuff will die off."
Paine said he'd only been given the nod as interim ODI skipper for the England tour - a decision made for continuity as the team looks to rebuild its culture under new coach Justin Langer.
"I certainly wasn't expecting to be part of the one-day set-up going forward - that was sort of the information I was given," he said.
"My goal is to make it last. I want to be involved in the World Cup if I possibly can."
Paine has previously pledged Australia would tone down sledging on his watch and indicated a pre-game handshake would be offered to England.
"There's going to be times where it does get heated. We've just got to make sure we're doing the right thing at all times," he said.
D'Arcy Short and Shaun Marsh are in line to open in the absence of suspended top-order batsmen Dave Warner and Steve Smith.
Paine expects to bat at No.7, with rookie Alex Carey in the 15-man ODI squad as back-up wicketkeeper.