It is the first time since 1984 that the top three batsmen are from the same country, showing how dominant Australia's form has been recently and proving why they are the best in the world.
Australia won the World Test Championship at The Oval against India last week by 209 runs, as they prepare to defend The Ashes over the coming months.
Travis Head's rise up the batting ranks is a stunning turnaround from the last Ashes Series, where he was left out of the Australian squad.
Head scored 163 runs against India to set Australia up for victory, whilst Smith scored 121, the pair combining for a 285-run partnership in the first innings.
Whilst Labuschagne did not compete to his usual standards, scoring 26 and 41, there is no doubt he will be raring to go for The Ashes.
Labuschagne's Ashes Debut in 2019 was one to remember, when he was the first-ever concussion replacement in cricket history after Steve Smith went down. Labuschagne capitalised on the opportunity with a century in the Third Test at Leeds.