Bridgetown, Barbados: All-rounder Dwayne Bravo and fast bowler Tino Best were recalled to West Indies' 13-player squad on Tuesday for the opening three matches of the One-Day International series against Australia.
Best, who has played 14 tests and 12 ODIs since his debut in 2003, hasn't played for West Indies for two and a half years. But the 30-year-old paceman was a standout in the Caribbean Twenty20 tournament in January to force his inclusion to start the five-match series, which begins in St. Vincent on March 16.
The 28-year-old Bravo hasn't represented West Indies since last June, when he pulled out midway through the ODI home series against India to "refocus and reflect" on his game. Since then, he has played for Chennai Super Kings, Sydney Sixers and Chittagong Kings in Twenty20 tournaments in India, Australia and Bangladesh, respectively.