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Andrew Tye replaces Pat Cummins for India T20Is

Andrew Tye replaces Pat Cummins for India T20Is”

Fast bowler Andrew Tye, known to be a T20 specialist, has been recalled to the Australian T20 squad in place of Pat Cummins who will be returning to Australia after the end of the one-day series.

Tye has played five T20s for his country, taking 3-37 in his last appearance against Sri Lanka in February.

The first Ashes Test begins in Brisbane on November 22 and Cummins is likely to play the Sheffield Shield in the build-up to marquee series.

The 30-year-old, who last played a T20 worldwide in February, joins fast bowlers Nathan Coulter-Nile, Kane Richardson and Jason Behrendorff in the squad.

But he had later on pulled out of IPL 2017 due to a shoulder injury, and also from the English T20 competition for Gloucestershire. Australia follow the five-match ODI series, which they are trailing 0-3, with a three-match T20I series starting October 7 in Ranchi. In a season where the Lions performed poorly as a team, Tye enjoyed personal success by picking 12 wickets in six matches including a hat-trick against the eventual runners-up Rising Pune Supergiant. The second and third game will be played in Guwahati and Hyderabad on October 10 and 13 respectively.



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