Cameron White will fancy playing his first one-day worldwide in three years after replacing the injured Chris Lynn in the Australia squad for the five-match series against England beginning on Sunday.
The 34-year old's call-up comes after a relatively good domestic season where he is now the second highest run-scorer in the BBL and years of vast experience leading his domestic side, something to which Trevor Hohns, the Australian national selector, pointed out to their choice.
The five-match series starts between England and the World Cup holders at the MCG in Melbourne on Sunday.
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"In the back of my mind I probably never gave up all hope".
"I'm grateful for the opportunity and it's up to me to make the most of it". "Maybe it is a little ironic, (although) I'd like to think that my one-day cricket for Victoria hasn't hurt my chances of getting this opportunity", he added.
The first ODI between Australia and England will be played on Sunday.
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"Cameron White is in very good form, he is one of the leading run-scorers in the KFC BBL".
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.
The 34-year-old Australian was rewarded for his good performance in domestic one-day cricket and consistent form for the Melbourne Renegades in the KFC Big Bash League (BBL). The final two games will be played at Adelaide (January 26) and Perth (January 28).
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Cameron White's last 2 ODIs were in 2015 and 2011. Find us on Facebook too!