Name: James Faulkner
International Team: Australia
Domestic Team: Pune Warriors
Bowling Style: Left arm fast medium
Batting Style: Right-hand
James Faulkner is one of three Australia squad members born in the 1990s, and there's definitely a 'generation-next' feel about the exciting all-rounder.
With 34 first-class games under his belt for Tasmania, Faulkner is the only player in the touring party not to have played Test cricket yet, but if his recent form is anything to go by, that may not be the case for much longer.
The 23-year-old put in some impressive showings in an otherwise disappointing ICC Champions Trophy campaign for Australia, most notably against England when he took 2-48 and belted 54 not out.
That came off the back of a strong finish to the Sheffield Shield season, including a man-of-the-match performance in the final that featured match figures of 4-60 to go with innings of 46 and 89.
Faulkner's left-arm bowling is what initially caught the selectors' eye, leading to call-ups for Australia's one-day and T20 sides.
Despite his tender age, the Tasmanian isn't afraid to show plenty of aggression against some of world cricket's biggest names.
Chris Gayle can definitely vouch for this, after Faulkner was fined for giving the West Indies superstar a foul-mouthed send off during an ODI in Canberra earlier this year.
Faulkner's aggression is something the man himself views as an asset, although he may not be given the opportunity to show that aggression during the Ashes, with Shane Watson likely to fill the all-rounder's role, but if he does you get the feeling he'll fit right in at Test level.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||Innings Bowled:||2|
|Highest Score:||0||Best bowling in Innings:||4/51|
|Career Span:||2013-2014||Innings Bowled:||27|
|Highest Score:||116||Best bowling in Innings:||4/48|
Full International Career History
|Aug 21 2013||England||The Kia Oval||1||23|
|Aug 21 2013||England||The Kia Oval||1||4/51|
|Sep 6 2014||South Africa||Harare Sports Club||1||39|
|Aug 31 2014||Zimbabwe||Harare Sports Club||1||0|
|Aug 27 2014||South Africa||Harare Sports Club||1||10*|
|Aug 25 2014||Zimbabwe||Harare Sports Club||1||5*|
|Jan 26 2014||England||Adelaide Oval||1||27|
|Jan 24 2014||England||WACA Ground||1||2|
|Jan 19 2014||England||Sydney Cricket Ground||1||DNB|
|Jan 17 2014||England||Brisbane Cricket Ground||1||69*|
|Jan 12 2014||England||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||DNB|
|Nov 2 2013||India||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium||1||116|
|Oct 30 2013||India||Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium||1||DNB|
|Oct 23 2013||India||HEC International Cricket Stadium Complex||1||23*|
|Oct 19 2013||India||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium||1||64*|
|Oct 16 2013||India||Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur||1||DNB|
|Oct 13 2013||India||Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium||1||27|
|Sep 16 2013||England||The Ageas Bowl||1||10|
|Sep 14 2013||England||The Swalec Stadium||1||1|
|Sep 8 2013||England||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||18|
|Jun 17 2013||Sri Lanka||The Kia Oval||1||17|
|Jun 12 2013||New Zealand||Edgbaston||1||6|
|Jun 8 2013||England||Edgbaston||1||54*|
|Feb 10 2013||West Indies||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||31*|
|Feb 8 2013||West Indies||Sydney Cricket Ground||1||DNB|
|Feb 6 2013||West Indies||Manuka Oval, Canberra||1||2|
|Feb 3 2013||West Indies||WACA Ground||1||39|
|Feb 1 2013||West Indies||WACA Ground||1||DNB|
|Sep 6 2014||South Africa||Harare Sports Club||1||1/54|
|Aug 31 2014||Zimbabwe||Harare Sports Club||1||0/28|
|Aug 27 2014||South Africa||Harare Sports Club||1||0/59|
|Aug 25 2014||Zimbabwe||Harare Sports Club||1||1/19|
|Jan 26 2014||England||Adelaide Oval||1||2/37|
|Jan 24 2014||England||WACA Ground||1||4/67|
|Jan 19 2014||England||Sydney Cricket Ground||1||2/35|
|Jan 17 2014||England||Brisbane Cricket Ground||1||2/73|
|Jan 12 2014||England||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||1/68|
|Nov 2 2013||India||M.Chinnaswamy Stadium||1||1/75|
|Oct 30 2013||India||Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium||1||1/73|
|Oct 19 2013||India||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium||1||1/65|
|Oct 16 2013||India||Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur||1||1/60|
|Oct 13 2013||India||Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium||1||3/47|
|Sep 16 2013||England||The Ageas Bowl||1||3/38|
|Sep 14 2013||England||The Swalec Stadium||1||1/43|
|Sep 11 2013||England||Edgbaston||1||0/3|
|Sep 8 2013||England||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||1/39|
|Sep 3 2013||Scotland||Grange Cricket Club||1||2/32|
|Jun 17 2013||Sri Lanka||The Kia Oval||1||1/60|
|Jun 12 2013||New Zealand||Edgbaston||1||0/7|
|Jun 8 2013||England||Edgbaston||1||2/48|
|Feb 10 2013||West Indies||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||1/47|
|Feb 8 2013||West Indies||Sydney Cricket Ground||1||1/62|
|Feb 6 2013||West Indies||Manuka Oval, Canberra||1||4/48|
|Feb 3 2013||West Indies||WACA Ground||1||0/40|
|Feb 1 2013||West Indies||WACA Ground||1||2/14|
ICC World T20 Group 2
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Cook proud in defeat
Alastair Cook acknowledged England were beaten by "an astonishing innings" from James Faulkner in Brisbane.