Sydney- A David Warner hundred led Australia to a comfortable tri-series victory over an England side who were saved from embarrassment by Eoin Morgan.

Reduced to 0-2 in three balls, England were taken to 234 by Morgan's century.

Morgan made 121 while the rest of his team managed 93 between them.

Warner then dominated the chase, making 127 as Australia won by three wickets with 10.1 overs to spare.

The winning margin gave the home side a bonus point, their pursuit of which resulted in late wickets that left the scores looking closer than the contest was.

The loss was England's 18th in 25 ODIs against Test-playing sides and extended their poor record in Australia to 11 defeats in 13 matches.

More importantly, it was another reverse with only three matches to go before the World Cup.

Courtesy: BBC Sports