Australia will be without skipper Michael Clarke for the final ODI against the West Indies on Sunday after he picked up a hamstring injury in the fourth match, meaning Shane Watson will skipper the side.
Australia lead the series 4-0 so Clarke's absence will not make an impact in terms of value, and Shaun Marsh was called to the squad as a result. Clarke is expected to be fir for the series against India later this month.
A CA statement said: "Michael Clarke has had his right hamstring assessed by team medical staff following the game and the team physiotherapist has confirmed that Michael has hamstring stiffness in the right hamstring.
"While there is no cause for alarm, Michael will not now travel to Melbourne for the fifth ODI on Sunday, as a precaution. He will leave for Chennai on the tour of India on 12 February, as planned.
"Shane Watson will captain Australia in the fifth ODI vs the West Indies at the MCG on Sunday. Shaun Marsh has been added to the ODI squad and will travel to Melbourne tomorrow ahead of Game 5 at the MCG."