Clarke hopes to end on a high
Australia skipper Michael Clarke says his side have "plenty of work to do" if they are to end their tour of England on a high note.
Alastair Cook's men moved into an unassailable 3-0 lead with an eight-wicket victory at Durham on Saturday, Steven Finn the pick of the bowlers taking 4-37.
Following Wednesday's wash-out at Edgbaston, England cannot now complete the whitewash required to replace Australia at the top of the world ODI rankings.
However, they will be eyeing a 4-0 victory with a win at Old Trafford in the final match of the series on Tuesday.
A disappointed Clarke accepts his side have been below par in the series so far but is desperate to grab a consolation victory before they return home.
He admits, however, that they have a lot of improving to do if they are to overcome an in-form England side.
"It was a tough day. We probably didn't get enough runs and then losing a couple of bowlers doesn't help. But take nothing away from England they were outstanding," he told Sky Sports.
"You could say England had better of bowling conditions today, but saying that we had better in Lord's. They found a way to win.
"No doubt we've got plenty of work to do. I'd love a win before I go home."