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Cameron White replaces Chris Lynn in Australia's ODI squad for England series

12 January 2018, 10:54 | Charlene Valdez

Cameron White replaces Chris Lynn in Australia's ODI squad for England series

Cameron White replaces Chris Lynn in Australia's ODI squad for England series

Victoria batsman Cameron White has been recalled to the Australian One-Day International squad for the upcoming five-match series against England. With Lynn's calf injury, Maxwell's comeback was much anticipated but the selectors shut all the doors by preferring White over Glenn. Maxwell has been in great form lately in all formats.

Smith has told Nine, the Victorian Sheffield Shield captain deserves his call up.

Maxwell denied rumours of a rift.

"I'll sit down with Steve when he gets to Melbourne and have a chat with him", Maxwell said on Tuesday.

"I'll listen to him and do my best to get on his right side and do everything I can to play for Australia".

"In the back of my mind I never really gave up all hope".


The 34-year-old - with 88 ODI appearances to his name and 2,037 runs - has been in fine form domestically, scoring 285 runs at an average of 142.5 for Melbourne Renegades in this season's Big Bash League. The selection also suggests that he is in scheme of things for the 2019 World Cup.

However, after such a long time out of the national team - long enough for White to have said as recently as Christmas Eve that he felt his days in Australia colours were over - and following a very public spat with selector Trevor Hohns, with whose policy of selecting rising stars in front of established players he strongly disagreed, the news still came as a shock.

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".

White scored 199 runs at 49.75 in four One-Day Cup appearances for Victoria at the start of the Australian season, but concedes he thought his chances at an global recall had faded.



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