David Willey picked three wickets and followed it with a 79-run knock as England registered a comfortable eight-wicket win chasing 137 against Cricket Australia XI in the warm-up game of the Twenty20 International Tri-Series in Canberra.
Pat Cummins' four for 24 followed by Travis Head's 96 runs knock inspired Australia to sidestep a brilliant fightback from England to secure a consolidatory three wicket win at Adelaide during the fourth One-Day International match on Friday.
The International Cricket Council has sanctioned a 40 percent fine of match fees on Australia skipper Steven Smith following his team's poor over-rate in the recently concluded third One-Day International against England in Sydney.
Jos Buttler scored an 83-ball century to take England to 302 following which a collective effort from the bowlers saw them keep Australia down to 286 for six in the chase in the third One-Day International in Sydney to take the series 3-0.
Off-spinner Nathan Lyon has been given a chance to redeem himself in the limited overs format for Australia after he was named the captain of the Prime Minster's XI team to take on England in the tour game in Canberra.
A collective batting effort from England saw them extend their dominance in the limited overs format as they chased down 271 against Australia in 44.2 overs with four wickets in hand in the second One-Day International in Brisbane to claim a 2-0 lead in the series.