Buttler, who smashed a blistering 110* in the second ODI will be back in the side on Friday after being rested from the third ODI at Bristol.
Wood told Sky Sports that he can't wait to get the chance to bowl in tandem with Archer. "I can't wait to get out there and try to win the series". "It means that tomorrow I will have step up and put in a good performance".
It is time to unleash some pace again.
Competition for a place in the World Cup squad is keenest among the fast bowlers.
It was here that England mauled Pakistan's bowlers to the extent of 444 for three wickets in the 2016 ODI, when Alex Hales set the individual record of 171, since surpassed - both Hales, that is, and his record.
Pakistan all-rounder Imad Wasim has taken 1-121 in the series to date with his left-arm spin and knows exactly what to expect at the batsman-friendly ground.
"White-ball cricket is not a bowler's game but credit to the groundsmen and the European Central Bank, the wickets they are preparing are unbelievable; it's like a batting paradise", he said. But after the Men in Green had a struggle with the ball against England in the first two ODIs, the team management was compelled to make an adjustment and Mohammad Amir was included in the squad.
Tom Harrison, the European Central Bank chief executive, sounded confident: "We have had to change the scale of the scorecards for the World Cup so we go up to 500".
Opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq hit a magnificent 151 but it proved in vain as Pakistan's bowling attack failed to take early or regular wickets whilst allowing runs too frequently as England ended up comfortable victors in the six-wicket win.