England held their nerve to beat India by five wickets in the second T20 international in Cardiff.
India took a 1-0 lead in the series with victory in Manchester earlier this week, although England hit back in Wales as they restricted the tourists to 148 for 5 before a half-century from Alex Hales guided England to victory with two balls remaining.
The pair meet for the third T20 in Bristol on Sunday.
England have whitewashed Austalia beating them 5-0 in the ODI series after a sensational performance from Jos Butler.
England were chasing 206 after bowling the Aussies out but were struggling on 114-8 before Butler smashed 110 n.o to give England the win.
Next up, the two sides meet in a one-off T20 at Edgbaston on Wednesday.
England are on the verge of sealing a One Day International series whitewash against Australia as they have skittled the tourists for 250 in the fifth and final ODI at Old Trafford.
England, who lead the series 4-0, bowled the Aussies out inside 33.4 overs. Travis Head top scored for Australia with 56 off 42 balls, while Moeen Ali took 4 for 46 to star with the ball for England.
England have romped to a record-breaking 242-run win in the third ODI against Australia at Trent Bridge and they have taken an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.
England set a new ODI record total of 481 for 6 from their 50 overs before bowling Australia out for 239 - it's England largest ever win in terms of runs and Australia's biggest defeat.
Australia face an uphill task in the third One Day International against England at Trent Bridge as they chase a world record 482 for victory.
Earlier, England amassed an eye-watering 481 for 6 off their 50 overs at Trent Bridge thanks to centuries from Johnny Bairstow (139 off 92 balls) and Alex Hales (147 off 92 balls), as well as a late cameo from Eoin Morgan (67 off 30).
In reply, Australia's Travis Head has been dismissed for a brisk 50 and the tourists are 122 for 3 after 17 overs.
England have beaten Australia in the second one-day international in Cardiff, as having posted 342-8 thanks mainly to a century from Jason Roy (120) and a superb knock from Jos Buttler (91 not out), the Aussies were only able to get to 304 all out, with Shaun Marsh's century (131) in vain as England go 2-0 up in the series.