Glenn Maxwell has returned to the fold for Australia in test match Cricket and he will probably be playing as second spinner in the two test matches against Bangladesh.
Maxwell has played 3 test matches so far in his career and all of them have been in subcontinent.
He played a couple against India in 2013 and then, lost his place.
Thereafter last year, when Australia toured Emirates to play Pakistan, he was slotted back in the squad and he got to play one of the games there.
But, his miserable shows resulted in him being left out again.
He was not a part of the Australian squad in the Ashes, but, with the retirement of Michael Clarke and Shane Watson, a couple of spots in the Australian middle order have vacated and thus, Maxwell has been given another recall to see if he can grab this opportunity for himself and get established in the playing XI.
Maxwell has proved his credentials over the last year in limited-over Cricket.
He was one of the impact players for the Kangaroos in the World Cup as he played quite a few match changing innings at crucial times and with the ball too, he has been quite effective on occasions for Australia.
There have been real improvements in his off spin bowling.
If he gets a look in the playing XI in the first Bangladesh test match, he will probably bat at no. 6 or maybe if Australia decides to go with only two specialist quickies and play Mitchell Marsh as batting all rounder, Maxwell might have to bat 8.
This Bangladesh series will probably be the make or break for Maxwell as a test cricketer.
In limited-over Cricket, he has already become one of the biggest names in World Cricket, but, success has lured him in test Cricket big time.