Usman Khawaja will play his first one-day international game in three years after winning a belated recall for Saturday's match with New Zealand in Wellington.
The in-form batsman comes in at the expense of Shaun Marsh, while leg-spinner Adam Zampa takes the place of injured paceman James Faulkner.
Zampa will be making his international debut.
Khawaja's return to the Australian team comes after a series of snubs from national selectors, who could not find a place for him in their limited-overs sides despite his hot summer in all three forms of the game.
This opening would not have come had World Cup-winning opener Aaron Finch not injured his hamstring.
Khawaja has played only three games for the Australian ODI side, the last against the West Indies in 2013.
He averages only seven in this format but now has an opportunity to stake his claim in the 50-over side.