Mitchell Swepson says he will have earned his spot in Australia’s Test squad if he is picked for the SCG Test against New Zealand, set to become Australia’s first front-line leg-spinner since Steve Smith.
Swepson arrived in Sydney on Tuesday with the Australian team after the Boxing Day Test domination, ready to begin preparations for a possible debut against New Zealand at the SCG.
For a long time considered a future star, Swepson toured with Australia to India and Bangladesh in 2017 but did not feature in any Tests.
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