Queensland pairing Chris Lynn and Billy Stanlake will make their one-day international debuts on Friday at the Gabba as they've both been named in Australia's XI to take on Pakistan.
Usman Khawaja misses out on selection after being recalled to the ODI squad, as South Australian Travis Head moves up the order to partner David Warner as his fellow opener.
Australia XI: David Warner, Travis Head, Steve Smith (c), Chris Lynn, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade, James Faulkner, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Billy Stanlake.
All-rounder Glenn Maxwell makes his return to the line-up for the first time in 13 matches, as Adam Zampa is left out following his appearances against New Zealand in the recent ODI series in Australia.
Lynn and Stanlake become the 217th and 218th players respectively to represent Australia in one-day internationals, and captain Steve Smith has been more than impressed with what he's seen of Lynn in BBL06 so far this season.
"He's been a bit stiff and sore in the last couple of days but he's confident he'll be able to play and do well," Smith said of Lynn.
"He's been in red hot form and hopefully he can bring that to the international stage.
"I've watched him in the nets in the last couple of days and he's hit the ball hard and well so hopefully he can do the same for us."
Smith is also excited by the prospect of Stanlake in the side as well, as he can't wait for the tall quick to link up with fellow pacemen Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins.
"I think he's going to be the tallest player to play for Australia so it's great having those kind of guys in the team," Smith said.
"He bowls with good pace and it looks like he bowls with good control as well so it's a good opportunity for him tomorrow.
"He should get bounce, he's releases the ball from high enough. He's an exciting prospect."