Written by Staff Writer
18 Jan, 2016 | 12:02 pm
Shaun Tait’s first international call-up for five years has exposed the national selectors’ anxiety about a lack of high velocity pace bowling options for three T20s against India.
Tait, 32, last played for Australia at the World Cup in India in 2011, but has been in good form for the Hobart Hurricanes in the Big Bash League.
Shane Watson was named in the group despite admitting earlier this month that his international career could be over, while there were recalls for veteran quick Shaun Tait, fringe Test batsman Shaun Marsh and current Test spinner Nathan Lyon.
The Big Bash’s leading run-scorer, Chris Lynn, was named as was standout leg-spinner Cameron Boyce, in what is a fair indication of the squad Australia will take to India for the World T20 in March.
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