Renshaw rushed into Aussie team
MATT Renshaw will fly to Johannesburg to make a remarkable comeback to international cricket in the fourth Test match.
Banished from the side at the start of the summer to make way for the in-form Cameron Bancroft, 21-year-old Renshaw may now ironically make his return in place of the man who replaced him.
Renshaw is officially in as cover for Steve Smith, who has already been banned for the match by the International Cricket Council, but Cricket Australia-enforced suspensions are also looming for David Warner and the man busted for ball tampering, Bancroft.
Queensland star Renshaw fell victim to a horror form drought when the team was being picked for the Ashes, but was unlucky in the sense that his Test career to date had shown enormous promise.
However, Renshaw has taken his medicine, making three back-to-back Sheffield Shield centuries for the Bulls, and finds himself with another opportunity, albeit in the most unreal of circumstances.
It's anticipated two other players will be added the squad in due course, with James Sutherland set to face the media on Wednesday morning and announce wide-ranging punishments.
Queensland teammate Joe Burns is also favoured to fly over.
Renshaw made a Test century in Sydney against Pakistan and averages 37 from 10 Tests.