Fit-again Lauren Cheatle and Tahlia McGrath are named in the Australia squad for this winter's Women's Ashes against England.
England are the number one ranked team in the world for the first time after knocking Australia off the top of the ICC rankings.
England include 18-year-old spinner Sophie Ecclestone in their squad for the Women's Ashes series in Australia.
England captain Heather Knight says the players will "embrace" the multi-format Women's Ashes series which begins on 22 October.
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England captain Heather Knight looks forward to the Ashes against Australia as her side become the top-ranked side in the world.
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The 2013 Women's World Cup barely registered with the public. England's glorious 2017 triumph could not be more different.
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