Despite winning the toss and batting first, Australia were humbled as they collapsed to 223 all out before allowing England to sweep to victory in just 32.1 overs.
Injuries in Australian squad has raised questions about Glenn Maxwell's inclusion in the playing XI as they take on England in World Cup semi-final.
Australia failed to clinch top spot as India leapfrogged them to take pole position after beating Sri Lanka earlier on Saturday.
New Zealand need at least a win from their remaining two outings to be assured of a fourth straight World Cup semi-final berth.
Australia became the first team to enter the semi-finals of World Cup 2019 after defeating hosts England.
Australia became the first team to confirm their place in the semi-finals of the World Cup 2019 after beating England by 64 runs.
Australia skipper Aaron Finch will be looking to field the same team which played against Bangladesh against heavyweights England.
Mushfiqur Rahim played a brilliant knock of unbeaten 102 and was well supported by Mahmudullah (69) during the course of their chase against Australia in the World Cup 2019.
Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights, 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh go down fighting against Australia at Trent Bridge.
Australia eventually dismissed Sri Lanka for 247 thanks in large part to Mitchell Starc's 4/55 from 10 overs.
Sri Lanka vs Australia Highlights, 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup: Australia's win helped them climb to the top of the World Cup points table.
Australia are looking good to make the semi-finals while Sri Lanka, with two rained-out games, will be cursing their luck.
Pakistan's innings ended at 266 in 45.4 overs overs but not before the duo of Sarfaraz Ahmed and Wahab Riaz gave the Australians a scare.
Australia will be keen to get their act together again after the loss to India, while Pakistan will be keen to gain full points after a rained-out no-result with Sri Lanka.
Despite calls for a change to the bails from the likes of Virat Kohli, Aaron Finch and others, tournament organisers have no plans to make a switch back to the traditional wooden style bails.
Finch has been anxiously eyeing the forecast to see if Australia could be the next victims when they face Pakistan at Taunton on Wednesday.
World cricket has seen many instances off late when the ball has hit the stumps but bails have not come off.