Tour match, Adelaide
Australia A 327-6 beat Zimbabwe 208 by 119 runs
Michael Clarke warmed up for the VB Series with runs and wickets against the same Zimbabwe side who will be one of Australia's opponents.
Clarke goes into the triangular series with big scores behind him
Zimbabwe's first fixture in the series is against Australia on Sunday and they have two injury concerns ahead of the match in Sydney.
Stuart Carlisle injured his thumb on Wednesday while fielding and was unable to bat.
Craig Wishart is recovering from a knee injury and is rated doubtful.
The series kicks off with a day-night international on Friday between India and Australia.
And Clarke, skippering Australia A on Wednesday, hit 93 off just 71 balls after winning the toss to show he was in the best of form.
He performed well with the ball too, taking 2-16 in just three overs to wrap up a 119-run win.
Australia A won the toss and hit 327-5, with 115 from Marcus North the biggest contribution.
Andy Blignaut's four overs cost 49 runs but none of his colleagues' figures looked particularly clever.
And despite half-centuries from Grant Flower and Sean Ervine, Zimbabwe were never in the hunt when the run chase began.
Wednesday's match was their final warm-up. They won their first game, against Australia A in Perth, but were comfortably beaten by Western Australia on the same ground.