Captain Michael Clarke, opening batsman David Warner and wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade have returned to the Australian squad for the third and fourth ODI against Sri Lanka.
The trio were rested for the opening two fixtures of the five-match affair, which saw the hosts win by 107 runs in Melbourne on Friday and the visitors triumph by eight wickets in Adelaide on Sunday.
All-rounder Moises Henriques has also been called up, while batsman Aaron Finch, Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith and seamers Ben Cutting and Kane Richardson have been dropped. The veteran Brad Haddin was not considered for selection after sustaining a hamstring injury in the second match.
"Changes to the squad that played the first two matches of the series are the return of Michael, David and Matthew, after having a break. Moises also comes into the squad as a genuine all-rounder, whose bowling will be suited to conditions often found at the 'Gabba," said national selector John Inverarity.
"Moises is a young man who has shown promise for some years with both the bat and the ball. This will be an opportunity for him to impress as we look for a good seam bowling all-rounder."
The 25-year-old Henriques last represented Australia in 2009, and has been in fine form for New South Wales in the Ryobi Cup and the Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League this season.
"Henriques has been on the horizon for some years now, and this is his opportunity. We really hope that he will come on as a seam bowling all-rounder. I saw him bat at the WACA when he made 78 in the Ryobi Cup and then 78 in the Shield match and he batted superbly," added Inverarity.
"Then he went to Sydney and made 150 and 50 not out in the next game. Also when I saw him bowl in Perth he bowled very well, too. So he has got a lot of talent. We hope that he performs and we want consistent performance from him."
Meanwhile, fielding coach Steve Rixon will take the reins from head coach Mickey Arthur for the third ODI, which gets underway in Brisbane on Friday. Cricket Australia have afforded a break amid a busy season. He will return for the fourth match in Sydney on Sunday.
Hobart will host the fifth and final fixture next week Wednesday, after which the teams will meet for two Twenty20 Internationals in Sydney and Melbourne respectively.
Squad: David Warner, Phillip Hughes, Michael Clarke (captain), George Bailey, David Hussey, Matthew Wade (wicketkeeper), Glenn Maxwell, Moises Henriques, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc, Clint McKay, Xavier Doherty.