Hazlewood will make his Test debut in Brisbane on Wednesday.
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New South Wales quick Josh Hazlewood will make his Test debut after being named in the Australia XI that will take on India in the second Test in Brisbane.
Hazlewood will be joined by fellow NSW paceman Mitchell Starc, with the duo replacing Ryan Harris and Peter Siddle for the Test starting at the Gabba on Wednesday.
Shaun Marsh has also been called into the squad in place of injured captain Michael Clarke, with stand-in skipper Steve Smith to bat at number four.
Australia won the opening Test by 48 runs in Adelaide.
Steve Smith (C), Chris Rogers, David Warner, Shane Watson, Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Marsh, Brad Haddin, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon