Australia may have rested a number of high-profile players but England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler is still expecting tomorrow's fourth One-Day International in Perth to be a tough match.
Michael Clarke, Brad Haddin, David Warner and Shane Watson are all being rested and Australia have already sealed the series with wins in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
The WACA hosts the fourth game as an England side bids for a first win on the tour following a 5-0 Ashes drubbing.
And Buttler says that he expects the Australian side selected to given them a stern examination.
"They've still got a pretty strong squad, everyone who comes into their squad as well is obviously full of confidence that they've been winning games of cricket, so it's going to be a another tough game," he said.
"I don't think playing Australia in any circumstance is going to be easy, so you know, we've got to put in a complete performance to win a game and that's what we haven't been able to do yet," he added.
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