DARWIN, AUSTRALIA - JULY 22: Cricket Australia consultant coach Mike Hussey looks on during the Quadrangular Series match between Australia A and the Cricket Australia National Performance Squad at Marrara Oval on July 22, 2014 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Aussie duo Michael Hussey and David Saker have been appointed among England's T20 coaching staff for the T20 World Cup in Australia next month.

They will both join Australia's oldest adversary on short term deals, with Saker joining as a bowling consultant, while Hussey joins as a batting specialist.

The pair of appointments underpin England's desire to keep their coaching staff across Test and white-ball sides completely separate.

Saker will begin his role during England's seven-match T20 series in Pakistan due to kick off next week, before pivoting back to his head coaching role with the Melbourne Renegades later this year.

He was part of the English coaching set up in 2010 to 2015 that took the side to no.1 in the Test rankings, and was among the architects that dismantled the Aussies in the 2010-11 Ashes series.

Saker also led Victoria to a Sheffield Shield triumph with his only season with the team, before becoming a fast bowling coach for the Australian side in 2016.

Since retiring as a player in 2016, Hussey has been appointed as director of cricket at Sydney Thunder, and as a batting consultant for numerous sides; Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, as well as IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings.

Hussey and Saker join England white-ball head coach and fellow Australian Matthew Mott, alongside assistants Richard Dawson and Carl Hopkinson.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 30: Matthew Wade and David Saker of the Bushrangers stand with the Sheffield Shield trophy after play on day 5 of the Sheffield Shield Final match between South Australia and Victoria at Gliderol Stadium on March 30, 2016 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

The noticeably strong Australian influence could be put to good use in both England's three-match Dettol T20I Series against Australia and the World Cup that follows.

England are due to begin their World Cup campaign on October 22 against Afghanistan Optus Stadium.