Cricket Australia (CA) have confirmed that all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has been sent home from the Centre of Excellence as a disciplinary measure.
They have taken the action after Marsh was 'unfit to train after a night out'.
Pakistan will play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals against Australia in the United Arab Emirates in August and September.
Sharjah and Abu Dhabi will host the ODI series between 28th August and 3rd September with Dubai hosting the T20 games between 5th and 10th September.
England off-spinner Graeme Swann has been rested for the final two One-Day Internationals against Australia after reporting discomfort in his right elbow.
Kent off-spinner James Tredwell has been added to the squad as his replacement while Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes is also included ahead of the final games of the series in Chester-le-Street and Manchester.
England's ambitions of topping the ICC One-Day International rankings were put on hold as persistent bad weather caused the third match against Australia to be abandoned at Edgbaston.
A 28 overs per side game was scheduled to get underway at 1800 local time before the rain returned again and with damp patches, particularly in the bowlers' delivery stride areas, still causing concern, the match officials were left with little option.
England fast bowler Jade Dernbach has been ruled out of the remainder of the One-Day International series against Australia due to injury.
He picked up a side strain during the second One-Day International at the Kia Oval, which England won by six wickets.
ENGLAND ARE 5/1 to be the number one side in all three forms of International cricket according to Ladbrokes.
After winning the second ODI against Australia Andy Flower's side are now 5/1 to wrap up the series with a 5-0 win, which will put them at the top in all three International rankings.
Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes has been called into England's One-Day International squad for the third match against Australia, which will be played at Edgbaston, his home ground.
He has been drafted in as Surrey quick bowlers Jade Dernbach and Stuart Meaker will be attending the funeral of former team-mate Tom Maynard on the same day.
Australia will play Afghanistan in a one-off fixture ahead of their upcoming series with Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates, Cricket Australia (CA) has confirmed.
Both sides will also use the fixture as preparation for the ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka, which begins in September and see Afghanistan making their second straight appearance.
England made a run chase of 252 look relatively simple as half-centuries from Ian Bell and Ravi Bopara helped them to a six-wicket victory over Australia in the second One-Day International at The Oval.
Bell made 75 and Bopara 82 after Australia had reached 251 for seven in their innings, Shane Watson (66) and George Bailey (65) registering half-centuries before England raced to a 2-0 series lead with three matches to play.
Australian fast-bowler Pat Cummins has been ruled out of the remainder of Australia's One-Day International series against England with a side strain.
It is understood that he picked up the injury during the first match at Lord's on Friday, where he took one for 53 from his 10 overs.
England showed admirable fighting qualities and no little skill to beat Australia by 15 runs in the first One-Day International at Lord's.
Their score of 272 for five proved to be enough when Australia, who had been making good progress, were restricted to 257 for nine.
The England cricket team begin a five-match One-Day International series against Australia at Lordâ€™s on Friday and they will be expecting a bigger challenge than that laid down by the West Indies.
The bookmakers agree, having made both sides 10/11 to win the series â€“ and that is despite an England player scoring a century in their last six completed ODIs.
Considering their recent form, it might come as something of a surprise to Hill's punters that Australia have been chalked up as the 4/5 favourites to beat England (Evens) in the first ODI.
In order to win, they will need to stop our openers as at least one England opener has scored a century in the last six ODIs. Hills offer 4/1 for either Cook or Bell to make it seven.
Australia all-rounder and vice-captain Shane Watson believes that the West Indies will be among the teams to beat at the ICC World Twenty20 later this year.
The West Indies reached the semi-finals in 2009 and failed to progress from the second group stage when they hosted the competition in 2010 but Watson expects them to be in the reckoning in Sri Lanka.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we discuss the upcoming One-Day International series between England and Australia.
The series gets underway on Friday at Lord's and Australia are already looking in ominous form, beating Leicestershire and Essex and only the rain spoiling their party in Ireland. David Warner, Michael Clarke, David Hussey and Matthew Wade have been excellent with the bat while Clint McKay, Brett Lee and Patrick Cummins have excelled with the ball.
The touring Australians appear to be in fine fettle heading into the One-Day International series with England, winning their final tour game against Essex by 179 runs.
The crushing win came on the back of half-centuries from Michael Clarke and David Hussey before young quick bowler Patrick Cummins returned figures of three for 26.
England will be full of confidence after a successful series against the West Indies, but they face a sterner test in Australia. Hills are unable to split the pair for the series offering 10/11 take your pick but as fast starters Australia are 4/5 favourites to win the first ODI that starts on Friday.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news from as we get the thoughts of former Essex and England spin bowler Peter Such on the upcoming England-Australia ODI series.
He anticipates a tough series of five One-Day Internationals for Alastair Cook's men and although Australia are going through a transitional period, Such believes they are still a good team.
England have named an unchanged 14-man squad ahead of the first One-Day International against Australia at Lord's on Friday (29th June).
The selectors have kept faith with the original squad that was named for the West Indies series, which England won 2-0 thanks to wins at the Ageas Bowl and the Kia Oval.
The one-off One-Day International between Ireland and Australia in Belfast was abandoned after 10.4 overs due to bad weather at the Stormont Ground.
Australia had made a flying start, Brett Lee taking two wickets in three balls of the first over but were unable to build on it, Ireland making it to 36 for three before the weather prevented any further play.