MOEEN Ali will captain an England XI in a two-day warm-up against a Cricket Australia XI starting on Saturday in Perth.

The Worcestershire all-rounder is the only one of the 11 who played against Australia in the Second Test in Adelaide to feature at Richardson Park.

He is joined in the 12-man squad by England Lions' Ben Duckett, Keaton Jennings, Dan Lawrence, Jack Leach, Liam Livingstone and Mark Wood.

Moeen is in a 16-strong England squad for the five-match one-day international series against Australia starting next month.

He has featured in 63 ODIs for England since making his debut nearly four years ago in the West Indies.

The 30-year-old has scored 1,344 runs at an average of 29.86 with three hundreds and five fifties.

He has picked up 49 wickets at an average of 51.04.

The first ODI will be in Melbourne on January 14.

Meanwhile, Joe Clarke fired England Lions to a nine-wicket win against a Western Australia XI in the first of four T20 fixtures that will complete their four-week training camp.

The County batsman relished the chance to open with Duckett, smashing 92 not out from 51 balls as Lions cruised past 156-5 with nine wickets and seven balls left at Murdoch University ground.

Clarke hit 13 fours and three sixes with good support from Duckett’s 38 off 39 balls and Essex’s Lawrence with 28no.

Batting coach Graham Thorpe said: "Clarkey timed the ball really well.

“He’s opened for Worcestershire in T20 cricket and it’s good to be able to give the guys the chance to play where they do for their counties.

“It was good to see him there at the end. That’s something we try to drill into the lads.”

The Lions’ remaining T20 matches will all be against Perth Scorchers as Justin Langer’s squad prepare for the Big Bash.

Clarke previously made his first appearance of the winter for Lions against a Western Australia XI in a 50-over match in Perth.

He scored 13 off 24 balls as Lions went down by six wickets at Murdoch University ground.

Ross Whiteley’s stint in the Bangladesh Premier League has ended after five weeks of action.

The County all-rounder was part of the Sylhet Sixers franchise in the seven-team competition.

His final appearance saw Sixers go down by 25 runs to leaders Comilla Vikings in Dhaka after they were set a challenging 171.

Whiteley, in at number six, made six runs off seven balls with one boundary before he was caught behind.

He turns his attention to the first T10 Cricket League at Sharjah Stadium in the UAE.

Whiteley is in the Maratha Arabians squad for the tournament from December 14 until 17.