The home side win the fifth one-day game in Brisbane by 51 runs to claim the seven-match series.
Australia beat England in one-day series
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA // Michael Clarke made a half century in a timely return to form to lead Australia to a 51-run win over England in the fifth one-day international today and an insurmountable 4-1 lead in the seven-match series.
Clarke came to the crease to a chorus of boos from Australian fans dissatisfied with his batting form and unimpressed with his captaincy but left to general applause after top-scoring with 54 in Australia's total of 249.
Chris Woakes took six for 45 to become only the second Englishman after his current teammate Paul Collingwood to claim a six-wicket bag in an ODI.
Woakes' career-best performance was then undermined by poor top-order batting which saw England dismissed for 198 in 45.3 overs.