Former Australia fast bowler, and current Yorkshire coach, Jason Gillespie has warned the Baggy Green to pay close attention to England's bowlers ahead of the Ashes, saying they will be favourites on the home leg.
The nations will play back-to-back Ashes, starting in England in July, and while Gillespie feels England will be favourite at home, he also says they might not take the Aussie bowlers as seriously as they should.
Gillespie told The Australian newspaper: "They are incredibly confident over here but they deserve to start favourites, England, no doubt about it.
"I think potentially they could underestimate our bowling. I've been speaking about it quite regularly over here and saying, 'Don't underestimate the strength of Australia's pace bowling attack'.
"But England won't underestimate Australia. They're too clever for that and I know the England management has already been doing a lot of research.
"They've been planning and researching for a long time. I've got no doubt they'll be wary."
Of the English bowling attack, 'Dizzy' added: "England's bowling is very good at the moment. Coming up against the Australian batting order, they will rightly feel they're in the game.
"They feel they can put Australia under pressure and can have Michael Clarke coming in consistently very early, at two or three down for not very many.
"James Anderson is one of the best going around. He'll lead the attack, (Steve) Finn is a very good bowler, (Tim) Bresnan is a very good bowler, (Stuart) Broad has had a bit of an up-and-down time but he's also a very good bowler.
"Graeme Swann is one of the best spin bowlers in the world, if not the number one. Their batting is strong and they've got the best wicketkeeper-batsman in the world (Matt Prior) so they're in a good place."