England registered their first win in Australia after winning the fourth One Day International match held at Perth by 57 runs on Friday.
England who had lost the five match test series white wash and were also in danger of going back home with five ODI series white wash.
Thanks to Man of the match Ben Stokes who first made a brilliant 70 runs and also took four wickets to help his team taste the first victory of the tour.
Australia won the toss in the match and elected to bat first.
England piled up a huge score of 316 runs in 50 overs with loosing eight wickets.
Wicket keeper batsman Joes Buttler was the highest runs scorer for England who made quick fire 71 runs in just 43 balls.
Playing without four regular players along with Captain Michael Clarke Australia were all out 259 runs in 47.4 overs.
Aaron Finch was the only player to play a sensible inning who score 108 runs in 111 balls and completing his second ODI hundred.
Now Australia and England will meet in the fifth and final ODI match on 26th January at Adelaide.