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Voges on standby for Aussie one-day team
Jim Morton
11:55 AEST Thu Feb 7 2013

In-form West Australian batsman Adam Voges is in line to make his return to Australia's one-day team after rushing to Sydney for Friday's clash with the West Indies at the SCG.

Voges has been withdrawn from the final day of the Warriors' Sheffield Shield match against Queensland at the Gabba, with Mike Hussey taking over as captain.

Allrounder Hilton Cartwright has replaced Voges in the WA side and is allowed to bowl against the Bulls, who resumed at 2-88 on Thursday morning chasing an unlikely 440 for victory.

The 33-year-old, a star in the Big Bash for the Perth Scorchers to gain a call-up in Australia's T20 side against Sri Lanka, played the last of his 15 one-day internationals two years ago against England in Perth.

It's believed Voges is on standby for George Bailey, who made an explosive 44 in Wednesday's 39-run win over the Windies in Canberra.