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Ashton Agar salutes the crowd at Trent Bridge after scoring his record-breaking 98 runs on the second day of the opening Ashes Test in 2013. Photo: Jon Super / AP

Is this the allrounder Australia needs?

He’s a 23-year-old boasting a healthy average of 32.50 with the bat from the two Tests he played way back in 2013 – an average, however, skewed by the famous clutch 98 he ground out on debut, batting at No.11 against England in a remarkable partnership with the late Phillip Hughes.