The final match in the series takes place tomorrow, the first sporting event at a new 60,000-seater stadium in Perth.
4-3 - Bairstow c Paine b Hazlewood 0 (4.2 overs): A flashy cover drive but enough movement away to catch the edge through to the keeper.
Otherwise there is a clean bill of health and all-rounder Moeen Ali said: 'Everyone wants to get on the park and make it 4-0. That is a bit more middle-overs-like-for-like I reckon. It's a lovely batting wicket and plenty of runs out there.
It wasn't to be though for the 34-year-old as he was trapped plumb in front of the wicket for just three runs while trying to play across the line to Tom Curran.
The hosts, set 303 to win by England after winning the toss and choosing to bowl, were always struggling in their chase and eventually managed only 286 for six.
They do have the capacity for spectacular failure. Combined with England's hyper-aggressive attitude to the early overs of an ODI innings, the result was a truly rare rush of early wickets. Cummins did, however, concede that the way his side allowed England to fight back after Australia's blistering start with the ball was "not ideal".
With the series already won for England, it's now about pride for the Aussies, so it's safe to say the shoe is certainly on the other foot.
Finch is the top run-scorer for the series so far, with two centuries and a fifty to his name from his three innings, however a minor hamstring strain will see the burly Victorian miss the annual Australia Day clash in Adelaide.
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Charlotte Caslick continued her brilliant tournament when she slid through a gap to score Australia's first on the minute mark. Australia's tough defense forced an early turnover and Emilee Cherry crossed in the left corner for Australia's first try .
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"It does look a very good wicket".
England would have entered the fourth one-day global against Australia feeling great about themselves, holding an unassailable 3-0 lead in the best-of-five series.
'You don't come out to Australia and win too often, so, once you've got your foot on their throat, you want to keep it down'.
But then with only 17 required he pulled Mark Wood straight to Eoin Morgan at mid-on to leave Australia 180 for six.
Watch England's stunning collapse in the player above.
"Full credit to Australia".
"Every game that we've played, we've not been happy with the overall performance, although we've been happy with the win. We just need to get better at playing that way".