"It has been pretty much a dream summer - a summer I couldn't have hoped for really", Cummins said after his career-best one-day global figures of 4-24 in Australia's three-wicket win against England on Friday.
English all-rounder Chris Woakes ensured some respectability, smacking five sixes and top-scoring with 78 from 82 balls, though the visitors were all out in 44.5 overs.
Hazlewood and Cummins's opening spell reduced England to 8 for 5 in the seventh over.
Following disappointing showings with the new ball in the first three ODIs, Australia's new ball bowlers returned to their best on an Adelaide Oval track with sufficient early movement.
From his out-of-favour vantage point as surplus to Australia's ODI team, Glenn Maxwell has a simple answer to questions about what Steven Smith's team are doing wrong with the bat - they are batting at a tempo the world's more confident teams have long since deemed too slow.
That is no mean feat in itself and it is something the players should be very proud of.
"England have two sets of bowlers in some regard, with only Woakes and Ali backing up (from the Magellan Ashes Test series) so they're really one-day specialists I guess you could say and they've showed us how to play".
Woakes wants to rain on Australian party on the way to whitewash
The final match in the series takes place tomorrow, the first sporting event at a new 60,000-seater stadium in Perth.
Morgan's scratchy 33 made him the only member of the top six to contribute at all, with three singles from Alex Hales alongside four ducks, and he paid tribute to Australia's strike bowlers.
Several English batsmen failed to capitalise on promising starts, but Buttler notched his fifth one-day worldwide century from the last ball of the innings as England helped themselves to 38 off the final two overs.
The fourth ODI will be played on Sunday at the SCG.
Australia have been an inferior one-day side to England in most facets during this series, aside from Finch's two centuries and the skill and pace of Cummins, Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc.
'We still want to take the game forward.
It means Australia have won just one of their last 11 completed one-day games. "Unfortunately, we needed something extra special which didn't come".
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