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Cricket Australia: Australian men’s squad for the Dettol T20 Series against England

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Marcus Stoinis, Kane Richardson, Ashton Agar, Mitchell Swepson and Nathan Ellis return to the Australian men’s squad for the first match of the Dettol T20 Series against England in Perth on Sunday.

Stoinis, Richardson and Agar re-join the squad for the England Series and the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Swepson and Ellis have been added to the squad for the opening game against England in Perth as selectors continue to prepare for the World Cup.

Swepson comes in for Adam Zampa who along with Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins and Glenn Maxwell will remain on the east coast to continue World Cup preparation. Richardson and Mitchell Marsh flew to Perth today to prepare for the opening England match.

Zampa, Starc, Hazlewood, Cummins and Maxwell return for the second and third England games in Canberra. All-rounder Cameron Green remains in the squad for the England Series.

Chair of Selectors George Bailey said: “The high-performance team and selectors have planned these matches to ensure our squad get to the World Cup fresh and ready to perform.

“Some squad members travelled to Perth early to begin preparations slightly earlier than the main squad and a handful of others will not make the trip to Perth.

“With some players remaining on the east coast, it provides further opportunity for Nathan Ellis and Daniel Sams who both performed well in India.

“Likewise Mitchell Swepson was a part of last year’s World Cup squad and continues to provide good depth in our T20 spin bowling department.”

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