Shane Watson's hundred on his international return lead Australia to a 39 runs win over the West Indies, This sees the Aussies side take an 3-0 lead in the Five match ODI Series.
On a batsman pleasant pitch, the West Indies reserved up with the necessary run rate in chasing Australia's total of 7 for 329, but the Australian bowlers every time take wickets, especially James Faulkner who finished the match with 4 for 48, as the West Indies fall to 290 runs all out with 2.3 overs left.
The Australian top orders sets up the win with Aaron Finch (40 off 38) and Phil Hughes (86 off 93) contributing well, but man of the match Sheane Watson, playing in his first international match since the Boxing Day Test against Sri Lanka, lead the manner with a extraordinary 122 runs from 111 balls.
After Watson and Hughes dismissals, George Bailey then ensured the West Indies would need to chase well over 300 with a quick fire 44 from 22 deliveries at the late of the innings.
The West Indies started its reply well with opener Kieron Powell smashed 47 runs and then a 114 run partnership between the Bravo brothers for the 3rd wicket had the West Indies on course for victory.
Aussies left arm strike bowlers then changed the course of the match with Mitchell Starc bowling Dwayne Bravo (51) and Faulkner rattling the stumps of Chris Gayle (2) - who batted down the order due to a side strain.
Faulkner continued a amazing 17 ball spell by bowling top scorer Darren Bravo (86). Andre Russell give the visitors hope with an impressive 43 off 31 balls. The final two ODI matches in the series take place at the Sydney on Friday and the MCG on Sunday.