Equivalent of git checkout -- using SourceTree Edited

Is there an equivalend of `git checkout --` in the SourceTree?

An example scenario is that I have edited an index.php file on the working copy and saved changes but not commited and  I have deleted something and I need to revert back those changes previously (somewhere) commited index.php file.

Using git directly I will do something like

git checkout -- index.php

which will revert my changes to the lates commited idex.php file.

What I'm looking for is the way to do that in the SourceTree not searching through the Log/History section where is the lastes commit for index.php file.

Thanks

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