"With Michael Vaughan and Ian Bell, Steve Harmison's the same, they've also got Flintoff to come back in, there's plenty of quality sat on the sidelines at the minute.
"We hope they can put out the best side they possibly can because there's nothing like playing England when they're at full strength."
Following the retirement of Shane Warne, Adam Gilchrist, Glenn McGrath and Matthew Hayden, Australia have blooded a host of new players in the recent home and away series against South Africa and were rewarded with good performances from Mitchell Johnson and Phillip Hughes.
"We've been able to expose some new players to five or six Test matches of the highest quality," said Nielsen. "You don't get the opportunity to learn about that unless you're playing.
"We're confident in what we have in our squad and they're all keen to play some good cricket in England."
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