Changes are likely to an Australian side desperate to keep their T20 series against the West Indies alive after successive losses.
Australia enters Tuesday’s game three of the series in St Lucia trailing 2-0 after losing on Saturday and Sunday at the same venue.
With the visitors having thrown away game one with some poor and undisciplined batting after being in complete control at 3-89 in the eighth over chasing the host’s total of 145, selectors kept faith by retaining the same XI for game two.
However, having been outclassed with both the bat and ball in Sunday’s 56-run loss, the Australian side is likely to have a different look for game three.
“There’s definitely things to consider at the selection table,” Australia’s assistant coach Andrew McDonald said.
“We’ve got options here … so you’d like to think that some guys will get some opportunities at different…