Jonny Bairstow has insisted England can cope with the pressure of being the world's top-ranked one-day global side as they head into a five-match series against Australia on the back of a shock six-run defeat by Scotland.
"I only became aware yesterday", Agar said.
Click play on the video at the top of the page to watch how England dismantled the Australia batting line-up in 47 overs with spinners Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid sharing five wickets.
The handshake is an idea Paine has adopted from football and something he introduced when he captained Australia in South Africa in the Test match after the ball-tampering scandal in March.
But if Australia hoped that the ball-tampering scandal could be put behind them, they had reckoned without the PR company who handed out free sheets of sandpaper with "4" and "6" embossed on them. "It's important for the game to have a strong Australia side - we're more than happy to shake hands if that creates a different image for people".
Australia know they must build bridges across the cricketing world in order to fix reputations and trust.
England confirmed one change to the side that lost so famously against Scotland at the weekend, with Jos Buttler returning in the middle order in place of Sam Billings, who has been released, along with Jake Ball, to play for Kent and Nottinghamshire respectively in tomorrow's Royal London Cup quarter-final. "It doesn't bother me", said Morgan. We'll be judged exclusively on our actions going forward. We've spoken about our values and how we want to be perceived by the Australian public and the cricket public in general.
"Words are words, come Wednesday, it's time for us to act on those words and show it by actions".
"So for him to be back around the game he loves is only good".
"It's part and parcel of the game", he explained.
"We set our stall out to be number one in the world and that's where we are, whether we were number one in this game or not, Scotland would still be delighted to win, it's not just because we are number one", he added.