Form Aussie Finch ruled out of fourth ODI against England

Form Aussie Finch ruled out of fourth ODI against England

England already holds an unassailable 3-0 in the best-of-five series, with Australia thoroughly outplayed in the opening matches.

Warner will lead the T20 side in Smith's absence with the triangular series starting on February 3.

The 29-year-old's solid form in Sheffield Shield and Big Bash cricket was too much for the selectors to ignore, although it's expected Maxwell will carry the drinks in Adelaide. If I get my opportunity tomorrow hopefully I can do the same (as last year). We'll go out there on a big day for them, Australia Day, and try to turn them over. 'We won't be letting up.

'We want to make sure we do win 5-0 and not let up or cruise and lose the final two games so it doesn't look as good.

"If the roles were reversed then Australia would be doing exactly the same thing to us, they'd be making it as uncomfortable for us as possible".

The electrifying allrounder said England was playing the "new brand of one-day cricket" with Australia's World Cup defence just 18 months away. As one of four Englishmen involved in both series, Woakes has personified that change in tone.

Hazlewood feels that England's ODI specialists in the bowling department has given them the edge in their ongoing series.

"It's not just this series", Head said.

Hazlewood, who is Australia's best-ranked bowler in Tests and 50-over format, has called for training sessions with the white ball during Test matches which could help Australia bridge the gap with other teams.

"Maybe it's a session here or there around Test cricket, you work on those skills with the white ball".

"It's incredible how much it changes".

"It's playing the way we need to play to win games of one-day cricket".

"Test cricket is still the pinnacle in my eyes".

"It's not like a one-day match where you might have to get through one over off someone when it's reversing or something".

"I got it on Saturday morning and it's made it hard to see", Maxwell said.

"But there's no reason guys that are scoring runs in the one-day team couldn't knock on the door for the Test team. You know you're going to go for runs, it's about taking wickets early to really get into their middle order".