Australia are just one Test victory away from regaining the Ashes after a 120-run win in the second match in Adelaide.
England crumbled on the final day to be all out for 233 in the pursuit of 354 for victory.
Mitchell Starc did the damage claiming five second innings wickets while Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon chipped in with two scalps each.
Joe Root was the top score for the visitors posting 67.
WA's Shaun Marsh was named man of the match for his first innings hundred in difficult conditions.
Meanwhile, younger brother Mitch has been added to the squad for the WACA match replacing Chadd Sayers in the squad.
The third Test match begins in Perth on December 14.
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