With Mitchell Starc ruled out of the remainder of the Adelaide Test and possibly the rest of the Test summer, which bowlers could take the mantle as Australia's pace spearhead for the series against the West Indies?
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James Pattinson: Was apparently very close to returning to the side for this Test match but selectors opted for a bit of vegan venom with Peter Siddle. Pattinson possesses plenty of pace and aggression to ably fill the void left by Starc.
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Ben Cutting: Has played for Australia A in the past and toured with the Test team. These days he's seen as a genuine all-rounder but he still bowls with plenty of pace and aggression. Will definitely provide some entertainment with the bat.
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Jackson Bird: He's only played three Test matches so far but has already taken 13 wickets. Has returned well from a bulging disc in his neck treated earlier this year and uses his height well to extract plenty of bounce and movement off the pitch.
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James Faulkner: Well known for his batting heroics in the one-day side, Faulkner could perhaps be the perfect foil for Mitchell Marsh. Together they form a full all-rounder with Marsh looking after the bowling and Faulkner, the batting.
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Mitchell Johnson: He may be retired but perhaps a call from Darren Lehmann or Steve Smith can coax the left-armer back into action. After all they are only playing the West Indies so he'll probably only have to bowl for one day.
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Xavier Doherty: The master of the slow, straight, non-spinning delivery, perhaps this is the opportunity for Doherty to show why he should never get near the Test squad again.
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Stephen O'Keefe: Perhaps this injury gives the Australian selectors the chance to actually play twin spinners in a Test on home soil for the first time in a decade. Weirder things have happened - like naming Glenn Maxwell at first drop.
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Grant Baldwin: Replaced Starc in the field late on day one. As the team masseuse he's been around the Test squad longer than some of the others on this list and has bowled against South Africa in a first class match. That has to count for something, right?