Cricket Australia (CA) has announced the Southern Stars ODI and T20I squads that will host India in a six-match limited-overs series in January and Febuary.
New South Wales and Sydney Thunder young guns Lauren Cheatle and Naomi Stalenberg are the new faces to the squad and are in line to make their international debuts.
Left-arm fast bowler Cheatle, 17, and 21-year-old middle-order batter Stalenberg, have been chosen following strong performances at domestic level this season.
Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars ODI and T20I squads
Meg Lanning (Vic/Stars) Captain
Alex Blackwell (NSW/Thunder) Vice Captain
Kristen Beams (Vic/Stars) ^
Nicole Bolton (WA/Scorchers) ^
Lauren Cheatle (NSW/Thunder) *
Sarah Coyte (SA/Strikers)
Rene Farrell (NSW/Thunder)
Holly Ferling (Qld/Heat)
Grace Harris (Qld/Heat)
Alyssa Healy (NSW/Sixers)
Jess Jonassen (Qld/Heat)
Beth Mooney (Qld/Heat)
Ellyse Perry (NSW/Sixers)
Megan Schutt (SA/Strikers)
Naomi Stalenberg (NSW/Thunder) *
^ ODI squad only
* T20I squad only
Players will start coming into camp in Adelaide from 23 January following their last Rebel Women's Big Bash League match for the season.
Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars v India Women schedule
Tuesday, 26 January 2016, Adelaide Oval, T20I, 2pm*
Friday, 29 January 2016, MCG, T20I, 2.30pm*
Sunday, 31 January, SCG, T20I, 2.30pm*
Tuesday, 2 February, Manuka Oval, ODI, 2.20pm
Friday, 5 February, Blundstone Arena, ODI, 2.20pm
Sunday, 7 February, Blundstone Arena, ODI, 2.20pm
*Match played as a double-header to the men's T20I and will be broadcast live on Nine Network
All times local