England will be relieved that it is finally all over, after they were again humiliated by Australia, losing the third KFC T20 International in Sydney on Sunday by a whopping 84 runs.
Australia have made it a trifecta of series victories over England this summer, needing just two T20 internationals to win the series and doing so convincingly at the Melbourne Cricket Ground � by eight wickets and with 31 balls to spare.
Paceman Nathan Coulter-Nile captured four wickets for 30 to restrict England to 200 for nine in reply to Australia's 213 for four in Hobart on Wednesday.
ICC World Twenty20 2010 champion England will begin its preparation for the 2014 edition in Bangladesh with a three-match series against Australia from 29 January in Hobart.
McKay and Coulter-Nile picked up 3 wickets each as Australia succesfully defended 217, Australia win series 4-1 after England collapse.
Australian skipper Michael Clarke will return for the final ODI against England, with coach Darren Lehmann warning the tourists will have gained confidence from their first win against the home team.
India have become the number one team in the world in the one-day format of the game after England beat Australia by 57 runs at the WACA on Friday.
All round shows by Ben Stokes (70 and 4-39) as England registered first win of the tour, beat Australia by 57 in dead rubber 4th ODI at WACA, Perth on Friday.
With the one-day series already won, Australia announced that several stars will miss one or both of the remaining matches against England in Perth next Friday and Adelaide on Sunday.
A 20-year-old legspinner with just four Twenty20 appearances and half as many first-class matches under his belt is the surprise inclusion in Australia's 14-man squad for the upcoming three-match KFC T20 series against England.