Clint McKay breached Australia's Code of Behaviour during Sheffield Shield match against South Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
England squared the series 1-1 in the 4th ODI thanks to a dramatic and explosive 65 not out by wicket-keeper Jos Buttler to ensure the series goes down to the wire.
Clint McKay dismissed Kevin Pietersen (5), Jonathan Trott and Joe Root in successive balls at Cardiff to become the fifth Australian and 34th bowlers in ODI history to claim a hat-trick.
While Johnson Charles and Sunil Narine shone for the West Indies, Adam Voges and James Faulkner continued their run of good form for Australia.
Ben Rohrer, Nathan Coulter-Nile and Josh Hazlewood were chosen for the first time, while wicketkeeper Brad Haddin and paceman Clint McKay have previously played for Australia in the T20 format.
An onslaught of pace and swing skittled the tourists for just 70 off 23.5 overs before Australia raced to their target in emphatic fashion with Glenn Maxwell smashing 51 not out.
The Australians scored 305 for five off their 50 overs, with man-of-the-match debutant Phil Hughes hitting 112, and bowled out Sri Lanka for 198 with Clint McKay taking four for 33.
Australia have called up left-arm quick Mitchell Starc into their squad for Tuesday's fifth and final one-day international against England at Old Trafford, it was announced Sunday.
England bowling coach David Saker has seen his current charges bowl the hosts into a 2-0 lead in their five-match one-day international series against his native Australia.
Ravi Bopara starred with both bat and ball as England coasted to a six-wicket win over Australia with 26 balls to spare in the second one-day international (ODI) at The Oval here on Sunday.