Published: 11:53AM GMT 05 Mar 2010Fine form: Eoin Morgan and Craig Kieswetter have shone on debate Photo: AFP
Morgan"s century in the second compare and a lass general ton by Kieswetter currently helped secure a gentle feat for Cook"s side.
"Morgs (Morgan) has been well-developed and to see Craig at the tip of the sequence and reply with a century has been terrific," Cook said.England hang up varnish Bangladesh v England: scoreboard Vaughan wants all-English England Finn joins England patrol Finn will be a soaring participation England confronting Indian varnish as Kevin Pietersens century avocation cant force win
"When any one scores a hundred it"s unfit to dump him."
England manager Andy Flower was some-more discreet when asked about Kieswetter"s destiny with the inhabitant team, but said: "It was really great to see him get in and measure a little runs today.
"I thought the approach he managed his innings was really considerable and that will mount him in great stead in the future."
Flower combined that he had been tender by Cook"s captaincy in the deficiency of Andrew Strauss, who is being complacent for the Bangladesh tour.
"I think he"s proposed each well but each time he speaks, each time he walks on to the margin he looks some-more confident," Flower said.
"In the second compare when (Stuart) Broad went down with bad behind and he had to juggle his bowlers, he rubbed that each well."
Of star batsman Pietersen, whose struggles one after another with a small twenty-two today, Flower added: "He"s really endangered that he hasn"t scored heavily here so far. He"s really inspired to do well.
"I still hold that he will measure complicated runs for us soon."
Kieswetter, who done twenty-three opposite the initial dual ODIs, said: "It was great to get a little runs finally.
"I thought I didn"t gait my innings well in both games and didn"t get the results."
Injured England seamers Broad and Graham Onions still have a possibility of personification in the initial Test opposite Bangladesh after MRI scans on the span suggested no critical problems.
Both players have been pang from behind spasms and will fool around no piece in the three-day warm-up opposite Bangladesh A starting on Sunday.
Broad and Onions, pencilled in as Cook"s new round pairing in James Anderson"s absence, will afterwards be reassessed prior to the Test on Mar 12.
An England orator said: "Both players have behind spasms as a outcome of bowling but the MRI scans have ruled out any new strident injuries.
"Neither will be accessible for the warm-up diversion and both will go on to bear a programme of reconstruction with a perspective to being accessible for the initial Test."
Cook added: "It"s great headlines that the scans show no vital constructional damage.
"We"ll have to see how the spasms solve down - hopefully they"ll recover and they will be fit.
"Ideally they need a little overs underneath their leather belt in the three-day diversion but we can"t have that so we"re going to fool around it by ear."
Tim Bresnan and Steven Finn have been combined to the celebration as cover.