Queensland pacer Mark Steketee has earned a call-up for the upcoming Test series in Pakistan, replacing the injured Michael Neser. Meanwhile, South Australia quick Brendan Doggett will be the standby for the three-match Test rubber. Neser, who also hails from Queensland, was ruled out after being suffering a side strain in a Marsh One-Day Cup game in Brisbane. Steketee, who made his first-class debut versus Tasmania in February 2015, has 182 wickets to his name at 25.67 in first-class cricket. He has also snared 29 scalps at an impressive average of 16.31 in this season’s Sheffield Shield.
— The Cricketer (@TheCricketerMag) February 17, 2022