Australia is within touching distance of its first unbeaten summer in nine years as the one-day international series against the West Indies came to a predictable end at the MCG on Friday night. In yet another one-sided match of a lop-sided summer, the Windies were simply abysmal as Australia coasted to a 125-run win. The margin actually flattered the visitors, who at one stage collapsed to 8-135 before being bowled out for 199 in the 37th over in reply to Australia's massive tally of 5-324. The match was played in front of just 15,538 fans - the lowest crowd ever for a one-day match between these two sides at the MCG and a far cry from the halcyon days of the 1980s when matches between these two teams regularly drew crowds of 50,000-plus.