Ahead of the game, fast bowler Steven Finn insisted England had no safety concerns in the wake of Saturday's militant attack that killed seven people in London.
In the third major assault to hit Britain in less than three months, attackers rammed a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing revellers in nearby bars.
All team hotels subsequently went into lockdown and the International Cricket Council (ICC) issued a statement on Sunday saying it would review security in line with threat levels.
"It is a sorry state of affairs but we will keep playing cricket and be defiant in the face of it and hopefully put a smile on people's faces here," said Finn, who replaced the injured Chris Woakes in the England squad.
"We are fully supportive of the security plans that are in place. We have been briefed on how we are going to be protected.
"We are very comfortable that there is a ring of steel around us so that everyone who is in the ground will be safe. As long as our minds are at ease, we will be alright to play cricket.”