11 ODI wickets at 39.27 (5.69 rpo)
3 T20I wickets at 18.33 (6.87 rpo)
8 wickets in this season’s Big Bash, his first, at 23.50 (7.23 rpo)
How about an England recall for Nottinghamshire and Melbourne Renegades left-arm pace bowler, Harry Gurney?
Gurney is 32 and his domestic stats are okay if not outstanding. He’s performed reliably for Melbourne Renegades this term and could be an option for the brains trust of Ed Smith and Eoin Morgan in white-ball cricket. David Willey is not always a threat and his batting often not required. Sam Curran doesn’t need overloading at this stage of his career so getting a year or two out of Gurney could be a viable option for England. The experience that he’s gained from playing in the Big Bash could serve him well for a return to the international fold.
Age may count against Gurney but it certainly wouldn’t be the most ridiculous selection. In Twenty20 Internationals, to pair the left-arm variety of Gurney alongside Tom Curran, who starred in the Big Bash, could provide respite for senior England players and result in a glut of wickets for England.