"My job is to go out and try and score big hundreds and contribute to match winning scores and that's something I'm trying to do".
England's captain Eoin Morgan after his team's series win. Woakes and Rashid ripped through their line-up as they scalped three wickets each with the other bowlers chipping in nicely and supporting them.
Accurate with the ball and showing a controlled aggression with the bat, England look a settled one-day side and, as shown with Hales coming in for Roy after he suffered a back spasm, they have good depth available to them.
As New Zealand sweat over Ross Taylor's fitness for the series decider, one thing they can be pretty content about is how their middle order has gone about in last six months or so.
New Zealand's meagre 223 all out at Hagley Oval in Christchurch was easily overhauled by England with seven wickets remaining and 104 balls to spare.
Rohan Mustafa and Mohammad Naveed were special for the United Arab Emirates in the first game with 95 runs and a five-wicket haul as they completed a 56-run victory in their opening game against Papua New Guinea.
New Zealand, sent into bat, stumbled to 93 for six as the top order fell with an all-too-familiar regularity before Henry Nicholls and Mitch Santner put some steel in the innings with an 84-run stand.
For now, the focus will switch to red-ball cricket as New Zealand prepare to face England in a two-match Test series at home. But at the end, before the last match, New Zealand and England won two matches each and so, last match was nearly final no doubt. Both slammed half-centuries with the latter being more enterprising. Joe Root (23 not out) and Ben Stokes, who hit a six to win the game and finish 26 not out, guided England to 229 for three in 32.4 overs.
Stockdale double as Ireland claim bonus-point win over Scotland
But Barclay is confident the Scots can bring the same intensity they showed in beating England 25-13 last time out at Murrayfield. Ulster flyer Stockdale went over twice, however, the second on the stroke of halftime as Ireland went in 14-3 ahead.
They had fortunate escapes with record fourth-wicket partnerships between Ross Taylor and Tom Latham in the victories at Hamilton and Dunedin.
A previously-out-of-form Nicholls made a restorative 50 before becoming Tom Curran's first wicket.
Woakes has set the tone for England throughout the series, taking a wicket in his first two overs in every game.
In the third match at Wellington, Kane Williamson scored a fine hundred and fought a lone battle to bring New Zealand close.
After two not out scores and a run out at the non-striker's end, Santner was finally dismissed by a bowler, falling in Woakes's final over to the first of two stunning catches.
"If you only have five options that means you've got to drop another bowler and in the one-day game, almost every game, there is always someone for who it doesn't go as well as they'd like so it is always good to have that sixth option".
Despite Nicholls and Santner's efforts, New Zealand were not able to recover from a poor start.