Glenn McGrath expects Australia to easily beat England when the two sides meet on Sunday in what is likely to be his final game between the two sides.
McGrath is the World Cup's all-time leading wicket taker with 57
He is retiring after the World Cup and while Australia are set for the semis, England's chances are less certain.
England beat Australia three times in a row in the CB Series earlier this year but McGrath does not expect a repeat.
"With the way England have been playing and the way we've been playing, we should win pretty well," he said.
"They played well to finish off the summer in Australia - we probably let our guard down a bit and did things differently to the way we had been doing.
"Since we've been over here, we've prepared exactly the way we have wanted to and have been ready for every game we've played.
I always enjoy playing England - I prefer to beat them obviously
"I think we've played some awesome cricket - and to be honest, no team has really got close to us."
Australia go into the game having won all five of their games in the tournament and McGrath, who is the leading wicket taker in World Cup history with 57, is relishing the chance of continuing the run against England.
"I always enjoy playing England - I prefer to beat them obviously," he said.
"Potentially it could be the last time I come up against these guys before I hang my boots up, so it would be nice to finish on a good note."
And the seam bowler dismissed a suggestion that England might pose the toughest task for Australia so far in the West Indies.
"It's hard to say this will be the toughest match so far - the South Africa match was always going to be a tough one," he said.
Australia beat the South Africans by 83 runs in their group game on 24 March.