Jake Fraser-McGurk and Wes Agar have been added to Australia’s squad for the third T20I against West Indies, which will be played in Perth on Tuesday (February 13).
Meanwhile, Josh Hazlewood is returning back to Sydney to prepare for the New Zealand tour.
Xavier Bartlett, who took eight wickets in the two ODIs he played against West Indies, is also part of the Australian squad for the third T20I and could make his debut.
Fraser-McGurk, 21, recently made his ODI debut against West Indies and smoked 41 off 18 deliveries in the third ODI.
In the last season of the Big Bash League, Fraser-McGurk slammed 257 runs in eight innings at a strike rate of 158.64.
Just like Fraser-McGurk, Agar has also featured in two ODIs. The 27-year-old didn’t take a single wicket but scored 50 runs at a strike rate of 119.04.
The fast-bowling all-rounder has played 61 T20s, picking up 76 wickets at an economy of 8.89.
Australia have already sealed the series, winning the first game in Hobart by 11 runs and the second in Adelaide by 34 runs.
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