"I was thinking about it the other night, to be 4-45 and with have Rach [Haynes] come into partner Megan [Lanning], it is such a deep batting order and something we pride ourselves on," Player of the Match Megan Schutt said.

Australia were coming into the match less than 48 hours after their six wicket win in Sydney and in front of a sold out crowd of 2,256 at Allan Border Field, they powered to a series win. It was the first time since 2014 that Australia had won a series on home soil. 

Luck wasn't on the side of Australia as their batting got underway with Beth Mooney going for a duck and was only hampened by the dismissal of Ash Gardner under controversial circumstances. 

However, it didn't faze the Aussies as Alyssa Healy brought up her first T20I half-century on home soil and her first since 2012 which included 10 boundaries. She set the pace for the rest of the match with Elyse Villani picking up after Healy departure while also bringing up a half-century along the way. 

While the bowlers have been the feature piece for the side in recent series especially in the Tour of India, it seems that Australia have finally found their perfect batting order. 

For the second time, Ellyse Perry was not needed at the crease with Rachel Haynes and Meg Lanning partnering on Saturday night for 128 runs. 

Focus now turns to Canberra for both sides with single digit weather set to greet them on Friday night.

Ultimately, Australia is looking to improve their fielding, Schutt joked that she will need some warmer clothes for the clash in the press conference for the match being a dead rubber.

"I think we had a couple of good overs there in the power play then we kind of let it go and there were slips in the field, including from myself so fielding will be a bigger issue there under lights and freezing cold," Schutt said.