Australia's stand-in captain George Bailey says he is not under any pressure leading his side in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 tournament match against England on Saturday.

"I'm not under any more pressure than any other captain. First and foremost, my role is to score runs in that middle-order for us. If I can do that, we have enough guys and our players have played enough cricket to know the basics of the game," he said.

"I'm not going to do anything as a captain that's going to revolutionize the game. It's all pretty basic stuff that we've got to do well and we've got to do better than the others. But first and foremost, my role is to score runs. So whether you're captain, vice-captain or whatever is next to your name, that doesn't change," Bailey said.

Australia are the defending champions but in the last one year, they have not been in best of form. They have lost to India and England in the recent past and their 65 all out against India in Cardiff have raised doubts about their competence, PTI reported.