Australia will be without fast bowler Mitchell Starc for the second ODI against Sri Lanka on Sunday, after he picked up a slight calf injury during the first game in Melbourne.
This means South Australia paceman Kane Richardson has been called into the side as back-up, and Starc becomes the latest Aussie fast bowler to pick up an injury. How many games he will miss beyond Sunday's match is not yet certain.
Australia team physio Alex Kountouris said: "Mitchell Starc had some mild right calf soreness after the match at the MCG last night.
"Whilst we are not majorly concerned about it, we have withdrawn him from the game on Sunday as a precaution. He will be reassessed over the next few days and is a possibility to play next weekend's matches against Sri Lanka if his symptoms resolve."
National selector John Inverarity commented on Richardson's call-up, saying: "Kane has been called in as cover in the squad due to his impressive form in the limited overs formats this season.
"This provides another great opportunity for a young player as we look to build towards Cricket World Cup in 2015."
Australia lead the ODI series 1-0 after winning the MCG game by 107 runs.