A combined team work by the visiting Australians maintained their winning spree against the hosts South Africa who lost another game in Centurion.
The Englishmen defeated the Windies in the final Twenty20, complimented by a superb batting from Michael Lumb and an all round performance from Chris Jordan.
The Kangaroos exhibited their strength in the shortest version of the game against the Proteas who surrendered a seven overs rain restricted game at Kingsmead.
Krishmar Santokie penetrated through the batting of the Englishmen and the skipper Darren Sammy punched with a hurried knock and won the game for the Windies.
Marlon Samuels demonstrated an all round performance in the opening T20 well assisted by Chris Gayle and Samuel Badree as the Windies defeated England easily.
Lady luck kept away from the Bengal Tigers in the consecutive game as the Lankan Lions grabbed another thriller and clinched the Twenty20 series.
The Lankan Lions won the opening Twenty20 on the final ball of the nail-biting opening game besides valiant efforts from Anamul Haque of the Bengal Tigers.
The strong Australian side humiliated the depleted English unit by winning the 3rd T20 well led by an attacking unbeaten knock of 49 from 20 by George Bailey.
The Australian quickie, Josh Hazlewood, penetrated through the batting line up of England whereas George Bailey and Cameron White crushed the visitors’ bowling.
The Kangaroos continued their dominance against the visiting Englishmen who once again were unable to impress even in the shortest version of the game.