Australia cruised to a 102-run Duckworth/Lewis victory over Leicestershire at Grace Road in their first warm-up game ahead of the one-day series with England.
The tourists posted a total of 241-8 in a rain-affected innings that was reduced to 41 overs, with Leicestershire only being able to reach 136 all out as they chased a revised total of 239 from 36 overs.
Only Greg Smith (44) and Matthew Boyce (38) offered any resistance as Clint McKay returned figures of 4-31, with James Pattinson and Shane Watson chipping in with two wickets each.
David Warner had earlier produced the stand-out performance of the Australia innings as he smashed three sixes and five fours before retiring out for 74 after one of the rain breaks.
Matthew Wade, instead of Watson, was Warner's opening partner and the wicketkeeper played his part in a partnership of 69 off 15 overs before being trapped lbw by Abdul Razzaq (3-39) for 32.
Watson was in next but lofted a catch to deep mid-wicket for one, while Warner went on to reach his half-century from 53 balls.
Warner struck two more sixes to reach 74 off 78 balls before the rain arrived, with the left-hander opting to stay in the pavilion when play resumed after 55 minutes.
Skipper Michael Clarke hit a glorious six over the extra-cover boundary, but was bowled leg stump on the next delivery from Michael Thornely, having made 29 off 32 balls.
David Hussey then blasted 37 from just 25 balls, while George Bailey and Mitchell Johnson both had useful knocks of 21 as Australia continued to pile on the runs late in the innings.
Johnson did not have the same amount of joy with ball in hand, failing to take a wicket in his six overs that cost 27 runs in a performance that will not have helped his bid to reclaim his place in the one-day side.
But the hosts never looked like chasing down their target as only Paul Dixey (17) was able to join Smith and Boyce in double figures.
Australia now move on to play Ireland and Essex before the five-match series against England starts on June 29.