Hasan Ali, Fahim Ashraf, Pakistan, Bangladesh, ICC Champions Trophy 2017
Hasan Ali and Fahim Ashraf celebrate their win over Bangladesh, May 27, 2017Getty Images

The final warm-up match for Australia and Pakistan comes in Edgbaston, with the two sides clashing in the hope of getting their bowlers and batsmen fit and ready for the start of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

Both Australia and Pakistan prevailed in high-scoring encounters in their opening warm-up matches, with their batsmen coming to the fore in those games.

Australia played Sri Lanka in their first match, and while the Lankans put on a really strong score of 318 on the board in their 50 overs, thanks largely to a nice knock from Angelo Mathews, Australia chased it down with two balls to spare.

Aaron Finch was the star man with the bat for Australia in the first warm-up match, played at The Oval, with the opener scoring a brilliant 137 from just 109 balls.

Steve Smith did not bat in this game, while Chris Lynn, Moises Henriques and Glenn Maxwell all failed to get a proper hit in the middle.

David Warner was also one who missed out, scoring a sedate 32-ball 19, and Warner will definitely want to get more of those white balls hitting his bat, just to get used to the pace of the pitches here in England.

Aaron Finch, Australia, ICC Champions Trophy 2017, Sri Lanka, Pakistan
Aaron Finch scored a fantastic century for Australia in the first warm-up, May 26, 2017Reuters

The Pakistan batsmen certainly seemed to like it here, with the team in green chasing down Bangladesh's massive total of 341 in their first practice match.

After Tamim Iqbal had set Bangladesh on their way to victory with a splendid century, Pakistan fired back with the willow, as Ahmed Shehzad, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Imad Wasim, Fahim Ashraf and Hasan Ali all contributed with the bat in what was a chase based on teamwork.

Of course, in these warm-up games, you can use all your batsmen, which does help in chasing down such scores. Pakistan, or any other team, won't have that luxury when the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 proper gets underway, so they will want all their key batsmen to get into form.

Former captain Azhar Ali and current skipper Sarfraz Ahmed failed to make an impression with the bat in the last game, so they will be keen to get a few runs on the board against Australia.

With both teams looking strong in batting, it does look like being another high-scorer.

When and where to follow live

Australia vs Pakistan is set to begin at 10.30pm BST, 3pm IST, 7.30pm AEDT, 2.30pm PST.

There will be no live TV coverage of the match, but you can follow the game, with all the live scores on the ICC Website Match Centre.