The 33-year-old Paine, Australia's test captain, was handed the role for the one-day portion of their limited-overs tour of England but chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns said at the time it was probably only a stop-gap measure.
Australia captain Tim Paine has cast doubt over his one-day global future after his touring side were thumped 5-0 by England, who sealed the series whitewash with a one-wicket victory in Manchester on Sunday.
Yorkshire's Rashid has taken 11 wickets in the series to boost his overall ODI tally to 106 and move ahead of Graeme Swann as England's all-time top spinner in the 50-over format.
Aaron Finch, opening the batting having spent much of the series in the middle-order, and Travis Head tucked into some wayward bowling from Curran and Jake Ball.
Meanwhile, England had their backs against the wall for the first time in the recently concluded five-match One-day global series.
Two balls later, Stoinis was out for nought when a mistimed sweep lobbed gently to Ball at short fine leg.
Head had just passed fifty when he departed, tamely chipping Liam Plunkett to England captain Morgan at mid-wicket. The hosts were tottering for 114 for eight in reply to Australia's 1st innings of 205 runs. Australia cricket is now going through one of its toughest phases ever since the ball-tampering incident. Short remained unbeaten on 47. The Aussies lost wickets despite a quick start.
Following their century partnership during England's 481 for six - the highest total in men's ODI cricket - at Nottingham on Tuesday, Roy and Jonny Bairstow (79) again overwhelmed a novice Australia attack while putting on 174 for the first wicket.
While accepting there were areas that needed attention in England's batting display, in particular, England's captain, Eoin Morgan felt the ability to win from an nearly hopeless position would serve England well.
Richardson ended Curran's resistance and also had Liam Plunkett caught behind as Australia appeared to close in on a consolation victory with England 114-8.
Jos Buttler celebrates after hitting the winning runs. Buttler scored a match-winning 110* off 122 balls hitting 12 fours and a six.
It was England's second 5-0 whitewash win after achieving the same against Zimbabwe back in 2001.