That is all from us then! Do join us again for the last game of this long, enduring tour in Sydney at the SCG on Sunday, the 2nd of February. Till then, it's cheers and goodbye!
JOSH HAZLEWOOD, for his maiden four-fer is declared the Man of the Match.
England were miserable with the bat and fared even worse with the ball. The last T20I is one final hurdle before their suffering ends on this horrific tour Down Under.
Australia made light work of the chase with White and Finch blazing away at the top. After a quick couple of wickets, in walked George Bailey who looked like a man on a mission and destroyed the English attack, finishing the game inside 15 overs.
What a terrific performance from the Aussies as they romp home to another comfortable win. The result of course means that Australia have pocketed the T20I series (2-0) as well and England will have to go back empty-handed despite a game in hand, which is effectively a dead rubber.
James Tredwell to George Bailey
FOUR! All over! Bailey finishes it off in style! Full toss on middle and leg, Bailey sits down and sweeps it into the square leg fence and AUSTRALIA WIN BY 8 WICKETS.
FOUR! What a shot! Bailey runs down the track, he is nowhere near the pitch of the ball but adjusts brilliantly and drives it through covers for a lovely boundary, just 4 needed now.
James Tredwell to Cameron White
Comes down the track again and works it to short fine leg for as single.
FOUR! Magnificent! Chips down the track and just whips it wide of deep mid-wicket, into the longer part of the boundary.
Goes back deep in his crease and plays it with soft hands to point.
Ravi Bopara to Cameron White
The batsman works it down the leg side. They pick up a single.
On middle, turned to mid-wicket.
Ravi Bopara to George Bailey
Full on off, punched down the ground to long off for a single.
Dropped! Just goes from bad to worse from England! Bailey chips it back to Bopara who puts down a sitter.
2nd T20I fifty for Bailey.
FOUR! Carved! Short outside off, Bailey cuts it powerfully through backward point.
On the pads, eased away through square leg for a single.
Floated on middle, White plays it through mid on for a single.
Flatter on leg, Bailey works it to deep mid-wicket for a single.
SIX! BOOM! Flatter on middle, Bailey lofts it high and over long on for a maximum. Bailey has raced away to 46!