England go in to their second IT20 Tri-Series match against Australia looking to get points on the board and reduce their opponents' lead at the top of the table.
A win in Melbourne will put Eoin Morgan and his side in a strong position moving on to New Zealand for their second pair of round-robin games.
Ahead of the MCG showdown we've pulled out some info and stats to illustrate the T20 history of England and their historic rivals.
How many T20 fixtures have England played against Australia?
In total England and Australia have met each other 15 times in T20s, with five wins for England, eight for the Aussies, one no result and one abandoned game. No doubt England will look to balance the scales more evenly in Saturday's Tri-Series encounter.
The first T20 International between the two countries was held on 13 June 2005 at Southampton with the home side romping home in a 100-run win. Paul Collingwood's 46 off 26 balls was England's top score that day.
Remaining Tri-Series fixtures
Saturday 10 February: Australia v England, Melbourne
Tuesday 13 February: New Zealand v England, Wellington
Friday 16 February: New Zealand v Australia, Auckland
Sunday 18 February: New Zealand v England, Hamilton
Wednesday 21 February: Tri-Series Final, Auckland
7 February: Australia beat England by five wickets
3 February: Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets