Injured fast bowlers Ajmal Shahzad and Chris Tremlett are to return home after they both picked up injuries during England's One-Day International series in Australia.
Shahzad has been ruled out of the remainder of the series with a hamstring strain while Tremlett has a side strain and both will be given time to recover back in England.
Australia captain Michael Clarke scored 82 before his side successfully chased down 334 to beat England by two wickets in the sixth One-Day International in Sydney.
Jonathan Trott's second century of the series for the tourists proved to be in vain as Australia charged to victory with four balls remaining, England unable to take advantage of Clarke's late dismissal.
Australian left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty has become the latest player to pick up an injury during the ongoing seven-match series against England.
Doherty has a back problem and has been ruled out of the remaining two matches, although there was some good news to report for Australia as Ricky Ponting came through his first training session since fracturing a finger during the Ashes.
Callum Ferguson has been added to Australia's One-Day International squad after Shaun Marsh suffered a hamstring injury during the ongoing series against England.
Marsh has injured his right hamstring and is to return to Perth although he could yet feature in the final match of the seven-game series.
Following injuries to Ajmal Shahzad and Chris Tremlett, England have called up Durham seamer Liam Plunkett to add bowling cover for the remainder of the One-Day International series in Australia.
Tremlett has a side strain and Shahzad a hamstring strain and both will now undergo further assessment and Plunkett will arrive from the West Indies, where he was with the England Lions squad.
Australia clinched their One-Day International series against England with two games to spare by moving into an unassailable 4-1 lead with a 51-run win in the fifth match in Brisbane.
After they were dismissed for 249 they hit back to bowl England out for 198 with Shane Watson taking three wickets as England's batting faltered once again.
Jonathan Trott scored a century and then took two wickets for good measure as England beat Australia by 21 runs in the fourth One-Day International in Adelaide.
England put a dampener on Australia Day celebrations as Trott's 102 led them to 299 for eight before Australia were held to 278 for seven, despite a late charge from Steve Smith and Brett Lee.
England off-spinner Graeme Swann is to return home from Australia after picking up a back strain that has ruled him out of the remainder of the ongoing One-Day International series.
England trail the seven-match series 3-0 and Swann only played in the opening match before a knee injury - which is responding well to treatment - prevented him from playing in the second and third games.
England all-rounder Tim Bresnan has been ruled out of the remainder of the One-Day International series in Australia after he tore a calf muscle in the second game in Hobart.
MIddlesex fast bowler Steven Finn is now due to remain with the squad for the rest of the tour and Leicestershire searmer Nathan Buck will replace Finn for the England Lions tour of the West Indies.
Half-centuries from Brad Haddin and David Hussey steered Australia to a comfortable four-wicket victory over England in the third One-Day International at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
After England were dismissed for 214, Haddin made 54 and Hussey 68 not out to put Australia 3-0 up in the seven-match series with four overs to spare as they closed on 215 for six.
Left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty has replaced off-spinner Nathan Hauritz in Australia's One-Day International squad while Peter Siddle has been put on standby as Shaun Tait and Mitchell Johnson are also concerns ahead of the third match in the seven-game series against England.
Hauritz dislocated his shoulder during Australia's 46-run win in the second ODI in Hobart, Tait complained of thigh soreness and Johnson missed the match with a throat infection.
Shaun Marsh celebrated his recall to Australia's One-Day International side with a century and Doug Bollinger took four wickets as Australia beat England by 46 runs to move into a 2-0 series lead in Hobart.
Marsh's impressive innings helped Australia recover from 33 for four and 142 for eight to score 230 before Bollinger's four wickets saw England dismissed for 184 in reply.
Cricket Australia (CA) have issued an update on the fitness of batsman Michael Hussey and Mitchell Johnson ahead of the second One-Day International against England in Hobart.
Neither will feature - Hussey having undergone surgery to repair a damaged hamstring and Johnson due to a throat infection - in the match in Hobart on 21st January.
Left-hand batsman Shaun Marsh has replaced Michael Hussey in Australia's One-Day International squad after Hussey was forced to undergo surgery on his injured hamstring.
Hussey has undergone surgery to repair a partial tear to his left hamstring, an injury he suffered in the first ODI against England in Melbourne and he now faces a race against time to be fit for the World Cup.
Australia's preparations for the World Cup have been potentially compromised due to the hamstring injury sustained by Mike Hussey in the first One-Day International against England in Melbourne.
Hussey sustained the injury during his side's impressive six-wicket victory but with Australia due to name their 15-man squad for the World Cup on 18th January, the selectors could have a difficult decision to make over his inclusion in the squad.
Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has been named as the Cricket World® Player Of The Week following three outstanding performances against England.
He helped Australia draw a two-match Twenty20 International series 1-1 and then go 1-0 up in the seven-match One-Day International series with a six-wicket win in Melbourne.