- Tag results for Australia
Shaun Marsh made 39 not out as the tourists chased down a target of 140 in 29.3 overs, winning with 5.3 overs to spare.
While wicketkeeper-batsman Klaasen recently notched 69 runs from 30 balls in South Africa’s six-wicket win over India in T20I, 20-year-old Mulder has played a single ODI against Bangladesh.
Captain Mark Knowles debuted for Australia in January 2004 and is one of only six Kookaburras to reach 300 caps.
Cummins and Lyon attacked the home team's spin bowlers in the ten overs before the second new ball was taken.
Australia's scandal-hit deputy leader Barnaby Joyce announced he was quitting and moving to the backbench amid claims of sexual harassment and controversy over an affair.
Australia's deputy leader Barnaby Joyce was accused of sexual harassment, as pressure mounted on him to quit over an affair with a now-pregnant former aide showed no sign of abating.
When ratings points were rounded off, it said, Australia were second on 125.65, 0.19 points behind Pakistan on 125.84.
Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood shared seven wickets on the first day of a three-day match against South Africa A.
In a speech on Wednesday, the leader said he would not tolerate any pressure on domestic politics when he attends the ASEAN summit in Australia.
Lynn dislocated his right shoulder while fielding in Australia's 19-run victory over New Zealand in the tournament final in Auckland on Wednesday.
Australia were 121 for three in reply to New Zealand's 150 for nine when play was abandoned after 14.4 overs, giving them a 19-run win under D/L.
The only likely member of their Test starting eleven missing from the warm-up match is opening batsman David Warner.
Ross Taylor's 43 off 38 balls was the highlight of a poor batting display that included just five sixes, despite the Eden Park's notoriously short boundaries.
Australia are heavy favourites after comfortably winning all four of their matches in the series, including a world record run chase of 245 against New Zealand.
The decider tomorrow features New Zealand and Australia, who produced a run-fest at the same ground on Friday that left some purists fuming.