Graeme Swann is the leading Test wicket-taker in 2009
Australia coach Tim Nielsen insists a spin-friendly pitch in Cardiff will heap pressure on England ahead of the first Ashes Test starting 8 July.
The hosts have named three spinners in their 16-man Ashes training squad with reports suggesting the Swalec Stadium wicket will encourage the ball to turn.
But Nielsen said a twin-spin strategy will play into Australia's hands.
"It puts more pressure on the spinners, England are making the challenge for them to play well," he told BBC Sport.
England are expected to name off-spinner Graeme Swann in their starting XI for the first Test in Cardiff, but could omit a seamer for either Monty Panesar or Adil Rashid if, as is anticipated, the Cardiff track will assist the slower bowlers.
Off-spinner Swann is the leading Test wicket-taker in 2009, claiming 26 wickets in five matches, dismissals which have demoted left-armer Panesar to the fringes of the squad, while leg-spinner Rashid has earned the effusive praise of Australia legend Shane Warne.
In contrast, Australia have only one specialist spinner in their 16-man squad in Nathan Hauritz, who has relatively little Test experience with four caps and 14 wickets.
The beauty of our top-order is that (Simon) Katich, (Marcus) North and (Michael) Clarke can all give us reasonable part-time spinning overs
Australia captain Ricky Ponting
The off-spinner was made to toil on the second day of Australia's opening tour match against Sussex on Thursday, conceding 0-98 from 18 overs at Hove.
But Nielsen dismissed suggestions Australia's lack of support for Hauritz would have repercussions in Cardiff, arguing a spin-friendly pitch could affect the morale of England's fast bowlers.
"All of a sudden they are taking the impact away from the faster bowlers who have bowled so well against the West Indies," he said on Monday.
"(James) Anderson, (Stuart) Broad and (Graham) Onions did well against the West Indies, then all of a sudden they are willing to change that and go a different way because they perceive us to have a weakness.
"It's like they are worrying more about us than they are about themselves.
"We know we have a good squad, we have shown over a while when we play our best we are competitive with anyone anywhere."
Australia captain Ricky Ponting believes he will not be short of options should he require additional support for Hauritz.
"The beauty of our top-order is that (Simon) Katich, (Marcus) North and (Michael) Clarke can all give us reasonable part-time spinning overs," he told BBC Sport.
"This game (at Hove) will be good for us as this wicket is the one that plays more like Cardiff than anywhere else.
"But Test match wicket preparation is a lot different than most first-class games, so we will wait and see what's in front of us."