PERTH paceman Andrew Tye should be considered for a recall to the Australian Twenty20 side, according to Scorchers skipper Michael Klinger.
Tye completed just the second BBL hat-trick on Wednesday night to round out a 27-run demolition of Brisbane.
And while Tye or none of his teammates realised it was a split-overs hat-trick when it happened, Klinger is all too aware of his death-bowler’s ability throughout a T20 innings.
“He’s not so much your new-ball bowler,” Klinger said.
“But he can take pace off in the middle, bowl a good power play over and his depth bowling is excellent.”
Australia will play Sri Lanka in three Twenty20s at the end of the summer. Tye made his international T20 debut in the three-match series against India last summer.
However, he was then dropped ahead of the World T20 series in India last March. But given the likes of Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood will already...