England ended their tour of Australia with a crushing 57-run defeat in the final one-day international at Perth as the Australians won the series 6-1. David Hussey (60) added 95 with Adam Voges, who made a career-best unbeaten 80 in 72 balls as Australia made 279-7. England's reply began with both openers out for ducks in the first two overs. Michael Yardy hit an unbeaten 60, his highest ODI score, while Matt Prior, playing as a batsman, made 39 but England were all out in the 44th over. It was a wretched end to a tour that had so many highlights for England and they briefly head home before embarking on a World Cup campaign in the sub-continent about which they may now feel less confident of winning.