Batsman Adam Voges' maiden ODI century stood at the fore of Australia's 17-run win - and five-nil series whitewash over the West Indies - in Sunday's fifth and final match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Opener Shane Watson and a slew of middle-order cameos collectively upstaged all-rounder Kieron Pollard's century, as Australia trumped the West Indies by five wickets in Friday's fourth ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Australia took an unassailable 3-0 series lead against the West Indies on Wednesday, winning the third ODI by 39 runs in Canberra thanks to four wickets by James Faulkner and century by Shane Watson.
Batsman George Bailey's maiden century and fast bowler Mitchell Starc's second five-wicket haul in as many matches brought Australia a comfortable victory over the West Indies in Sunday's second ODI at the WACA in Perth.
The West Indies' odd choice to bat first on a lively pitch amounted to nothing more than their third lowest ODI score - and a humiliating nine-wicket defeat - in Friday's series opener at the WACA in Perth on Friday.
The real test for these Young Indian Batsmen awaits them in the Test Series, I am eagerly waiting to see how they are going to cope on the bouncy, seaming wickets of South Africa!! Then we will get to...Have Your Say