Usman Khawaja is back in the Australia team for the fourth Ashes Test after being named as Travis Head's replacement.
Head misses out in the middle order after testing positive for COVID-19, giving Khawaja the opportunity to make his return to Test cricket with his country.
Batsman Khawaja last played back in August 2019, featuring for Australia at Headingley as England won the third Test of that Ashes series.
He had been named in the squad for the first two Tests of this series last month but did not see action in either Brisbane nor Adelaide.
Official #Ashes Update | Pat Cummins has confirmed one change to the Australian XI for the fourth Vodafone Ashes Test in Sydney.— Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) January 3, 2022
Batter Usman Khawaja will replace Travis Head pic.twitter.com/dR0EbWydTG
Khawaja is the only change to the team that secured Australia the Ashes, with their victory in Melbourne giving the hosts an unassailable 3-0 lead.
That means fast bowler Scott Boland retains his place in the side after a stunning Test debut in Melbourne.
He took 6-7 in the second innings as Boland laid waste to England's chances, though he was not a guaranteed pick for this week's action.
However, Josh Hazlewood is still unavailable to due the side strain he suffered in the first Test, giving Boland another opportunity to impress.