Cameron White has replaced injured Chris Lynn in Australia's squad for this month's one-day worldwide series against England cricket team, Cricket Australia said on Thursday. "He's playing very well", selector Trevor Hohns said in a statement on Thursday, referring to White's impressive displays for Melbourne Renegades in this year's Big Bash League.
The five-match series starts between England and the World Cup holders at the MCG in Melbourne on Sunday. "I guess I'll find out more in the next hour or so and the next couple of days", White clarified. "Obviously I'm really looking forward to the opportunity and getting in amongst it", White was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.
The first ODI between Australia and England will be played on Sunday.
"In the back of my mind I probably never gave up all hope".
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When asked which position he is expecting to play, White said, "I've got no idea, we've got a team meeting coming up shortly so I might get a bit more of an idea there", White said.
"It's just going to be up to me to make the most of it".
Lynn injured his calf nearly immediately after being selected for the ODI series, with Maxwell the hot tip to replace him after good form with the bat in the Sheffield Shield and the Big Bash League.
"He ticks all the boxes for what we need at this stage", he added.
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The ODI rubber between Australia and England will be followed by a T20I tri-series also involving New Zealand.
White has played 88 ODIs for Australia, but hasn't featured since January 2015.
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