Glenn Maxwell will return to the international scene as expected in Australia's T20 tri-series against England and New Zealand next month. The hard-hitting all rounder was overlooked for Ashes and one-day international duties, but selectors drafted the much-maligned Victorian into their T20 squad after another strong season in the Big Bash. Sydney Sixer Ben Dwarshuis is the bolter in the T20 squad, the left-arm quick brought in after producing his most consistent season in the magenta this season.
David Warner's preparations for the first Test in South Africa will be limited to less than a week should Australia make next month's Twenty20 tri-series final after he was named as captain of the shortened-form team. The Test vice captain was the only player named in both squads, meaning he'll contest the entire T20 series against England and New Zealand next month, the final of which is scheduled for February 21 just a day before a tour match against a South African invitational XI.
Twenty20 bolter Ben Dwarshuis' initial reaction to Australian selector Mark Waugh's phone call on Monday morning was scepticism, before he realised what was happening and managed to articulate a few thank yous. Waugh phoned the Sydney Sixers spearhead to tell him he'd been picked in Australia's 14-man T20 squad for next month's Tri Series against New Zealand and England and Dwarshuis couldn't believe the words he was hearing.
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