Fifth one-day international: Australia v England Venue: Brisbane Date: Sunday, 30 January Start time: 0320 GMT Coverage: Live Test Match Special commentary on BBC 5 live sports extra, Radio 4 LW and the BBC Sport website (UK users only); live text commentary on BBC Sport website & mobiles; also live on Sky Sports 1
Watson visited his home town of Ipswich after the first one-dayer in Melbourne
Australia's Shane Watson says Sunday's fifth one-dayer against England in Brisbane will be emotional after the floods which devastated the city.
Queenslander Watson and his team-mates donated some of their match fees from the second Twenty20 to the Flood Relief Fund, along with England players.
Australia lead the seven-match rubber 3-1 and can win the series on Sunday.
"It's going to be an emotional day and hopefully that can help pull us over and win the series," said Watson.
If you go 3-0 down and you come back and win four in-a-row then that's pretty awesome
And the 29-year-old - who along with his team-mates visited a school in Goodna, on the outskirts of the Queensland capital, on Friday - said he hopes the match will further raise publicity for the relief effort.
"One of the very special things that we have as playing for Australia [is] the opportunity to put smiles on kids' faces, even if it's for a split second, to take their minds off the deep-rooted scars for the young kids who have been so badly affected.
"We are in a very lucky position to try and make some difference. It's great that we can show our support because it's been devastating for families out here."
England's players have also been proactive in raising funds for the relief effort, with Kevin Pietersen auctioning $25,000 (£15,685) of equipment used during the Ashes series towards the campaign.
"Our hearts have all gone out to them. It's been pretty shocking, to be honest," said England fast bowler Chris Tremlett.
"The England team have been fully behind it. Personally we have made some donations.
"I imagine it will be an emotional time for people on Sunday. It's great that they've been able to get cricket here and we're glad to be a part of that."
But despite the extreme floods, the Gabba has been largely unaffected by the freak weather, with groundsman Kevin Mitchell Jr expecting no problems with the pitch on Sunday.
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