England v Australia
Australia have set England a paltry target of 206 to win the fifth ODI and wrap-up an emphatic 5-0 series whitewash at Old Trafford.
The tourists, battling to avoid the humiliation of a first-ever clean sweep against their old rivals in any format of the game, struggled to build on a promising start as another collapse saw them dismissed in just 34.4 overs.
In-form spinner Moeen Ali was the chief destroyer for England, bagging 4-46.
Australia came out all guns blazing in Manchester, as openers Aaron Finch and Travis Head clicked into almost T20 mode to roar past 50 after 4.5 overs.
England quickly turned to spin to stem the tide, with Joe Root - who was given 10 overs for 44 at Durham on Thursday - charged with making the breakthrough.
The experiment lasted one over, though, before skipper Eoin Morgan brought on the deadly Ali and the spinner was immediately rewarded with two wickets in a superb first over.
Finch was clean bowled by Ali trying to hit against the line for 22 off 17 balls.
He struck again two balls later when Marcus Stoinis, promoted up the order, was caught by Jake Ball at short fine leg from a poorly-executed sweep.
Travis Head, who looked set for a big score having passed his 50 off 36 balls - his third half-century in the series - was next to go as the South Australian chipped speedster Liam Plunkett to Morgan at midwicket for 56, leaving him hanging his head in frustration.
England, sensing blood, then removed Australia's top scorer in the series, Shaun Marsh, when he prodded forward to Ali but with his trailing left leg an inch off the deck, wicketkeeping Jos Buttler whipped off the bails and he was stumped.
The carnage continued, this time with Buttler dashing from behind the stumps to throw off a glove and run out skipper Tim Paine on the pirouette with a superb direct hit at the non-striker's end.
Under-pressure Paine's score of one means his cumulative 36 runs is the fewest by an Australian captain in a five-match ODI series.
Alex Carey threatened to give Australia hope with some dazzling boundaries, but he became debutant Sam Curran's first ODI victim, caught behind by Buttler for 44.
Curran struck again two balls later as Ashton Agar's off stump was blasted out without the Aussie spinner offering a shot in terrible misjudgement.
Kane Richardson (14) was run out, Nathan Lyon fell to Ali's spin-twin Adil Rashid when he was plumb lbw and Australia were put out of their misery when Billy Stanlake was last man out for two.
It left D'Arcy Short unbeaten on 47 and Australia with an arduous task to defend a small total on a nice batting wicket.