Shane Warne has knocked Mitchell Stark out of Australian XI for England's Ashes contest.
Warne is a critical critic of Australia's fast bowlers and especially Stark during the past year and he did not find him in the squad for the Ashes Test.
"I've defeated Mitchell Starc," Warne confirmed.
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"I think he's still a good bowler and he's bowling well, but I do not think he has been bowling well for a long time.
"The numbers against the top six batsmen are around the 50th."
Instead, Warne once returned to former Test star James Pattinson to increase his career once in a Test career for England's Crake.
In recent seasons, Pattinson has done badly with injuries, but he has 70 Test wickets in 17 Tests from 2011 to 2016.
The 28-year-old is starting to string in some cricket games together, but the problems in the Ashes series will be one step away from the Big Bash League.
However, Warne believes that he has the best pace and diversity for England wickets.
Warne said, "Pattinson will bowl well in England's conditions."
"Their diversity will make them very easy bowler in English terms with Duke Ball."
Warne has also been bought at number 6 in Marcus Staines to play as a universal all-rounder.
King of Spin has been a constant supporter of Stoenis and believes that he has a commitment and an X-factor that Australia needs to mix with Pomos to his home ground.
Warne said, "I think stonyness is worthy of a chance."
He has scored some runs in all forms this year and he brings something on the table and there's a little bit about the X-factor.
"I think he can take some simple wickets there."
For the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League, the stoneways are in good form, although they are left to see if they can be successful in Test cricket.
However, Warne believes that he has taken the opportunity to play in all forms of the game, and especially his Australian one-dayers and stars with his play.
Warner said the second night after I scored 80 against the Renegades in the Big Bash.
"He was a clever 80 and if Stuinis has been criticized he has played some stupid shots and stupid cricket.
"I think he has started to grow and mature and he is comfortable in his skin and he is a good player."
Warne gave green light to the rest of the Rested Duel Steve Smith and David Warner to return to the team, but there was no room for Cameron Bankroft.
Warner said: "Warner and Harris open batting, and I think it's a very good start mix.
"Khawaja is No. 3 and Smith is number 4 in the world's best batsmen, though not the best.
"Shaun Marsh is in the fifth, but we are selecting that the first Ashes Test is tomorrow.
Against Sri Lanka, two Tests and maybe one innings can play, so that the spot can be filled with a young player like Victoria or Glenn Maxwell or Travis Hath's Wille Puycoski. Peter Handscom will not be there.
"I have stopped with Shaun Marsh because I think he has got a class with six Test hundreds and you will need an experience against England's aggressive quality."
Shane Warne's Ashes XI: Harris, Warner, Khawaja, Smith, S. Marsh, Stoney's, Pain, Cummins, Pattinson, Leon, Hazelwood.
Michael Hussey's Ashes XI: Harris, Warner, Khawaja, Smith, S. Marsh, Head, Paine, Cummins, Stark, Leon, Hazlewood.
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