Australia [ Images ] captain Michael Clarke [ Images ] and all-rounder Shane Watson [ Images ] will miss the final one-day match against England [ Images ] in Perth on Sunday to get some rest before the World Cup, Cricket Australia said on Thursday.
Australia have already won the seven-match series against England and hold a 5-1 lead after their two wicket win in the sixth game in Sydney [ Images ] on Wednesday.
All-rounder Steve Smith will also miss the match after he sustained a hip injury in Sydney.
Adam Voges, another all-rounder, and offspinner Jason Krezja would join the Australia team in Perth for the match and series vice captain Cameron White [ Images ] would lead the side in Clarke's absence, chairman of selectors Andrew Hilditch said.
Smith, who bowls legspin, joins left arm spinner Xavier Doherty (back) and Nathan Hauritz [ Images ] (dislocated shoulder) as the third slow bowler injured during the series against England. Hauritz and Smith were named in Australia's World Cup squad.
Australia's regular captain Ricky Ponting [ Images ] is still recovering from surgery on a broken finger but has begun batting in the nets.