Glenn Maxwell and Alex Carey both hit brilliant hundreds as Australia sealed a dramatic series win over world champions England in the third one-day international at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
England were in high spirits as they rallied to beat Australia in the second ODI and Jofra Archer reflected that upbeat mood during a match-winning spell.
Aaron Finch, who captains both the ODI and Twenty20 teams, said having a single line of contact was important for him on Australia's first tour since the coronavirus pandemic.
Tim Paine said that there are several candidates who can take over the captaincy of Australia's Test side once he is ready to step away from the game.
Alex Carey said he was lucky to play against MS Dhoni when Australia toured India in 2019 and that he aspires to be able to finish off games like the former India captain.
Wicketkeeper Alex Carey will lead Australia A in a three-day match against Pakistan ahead of a Test series, pushing his case for Test selection.
Alex Carey's flying catch prompted demands that he replaces Tim Paine in the Australian Test side.
Alex Carey's exclusion from Australia's Ashes squad raised several eyebrows, including Shane Warne and Mark Waugh, as he impressed one and all with his batting skills in World Cup 2019.
Australia named a 17-man squad for the five-Test series against England with opener Cameron Bancroft recalled alongside Steve Smith and David Warner.