Australia have received a boost ahead of their World Cup defence with injured fast bowling spearheads Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc resuming bowling this week.
The pair's return to the nets is timely after Jhye Richardson returned home this week from Australia's ongoing ODI series against Pakistan with a dislocated shoulder.
"When the squad gets announced I'll probably be 65-70 percent and I've still got a good four or five weeks from that date to get ready to play one-day cricket," Hazlewood said in a Cricket Australia podcast.
Australia's World Cup squad must be named by April 23 with the tournament starting on May 30 in England.
The team will have a training camp in Brisbane in early May and are expected to play some warm-up games against New Zealand before heading to the UK.
"I don't think I'll be fit for those but the one-day warm-up games in England I think I'll be right," said Hazlewood.
Starc, who was the 2015 World Cup player of the tournament, is also recovering well in his comeback since picking up the injury during the second Test against Sri Lanka in early February.
"He (Starc) looks fine, he started bowling as well this week," Hazlewood said.
"He's coming off not as big a break as me so won't take him long to get up and running. He seems to be heading in the right direction."