A video showing Michael Clarke addressing the press on the eve of the second Australian match in the current Commonwealth Bank Series.


Clarke is yet to finalise his team for the second match against Sri Lanka in the Commonwealth bank Series.


Clarke also said Peter Forrest had a very bright future in international cricket ahead of him.


“I think he's a very gifted player, he's a good fielder and very good player, not just in one-day cricket, but I think he's got the potential to play Test cricket as well in the future,” Clarke said.


“He's got a very good technique, he's a very good top-order batsman and I think he can play a big part in Australian cricket going forward.


“It's good that Foz is around the group. It gives him a great opportunity to see what it's like around the Australian changerooms and how we go about our work in training and things like that,” was quoted as saying in the Herald Sun.


Recalled paceman Ben Hilfenhaus is also in the mix to play his first limited-overs match since November 2009.


Hilfenhaus, who earned a Test call-up in December after an inspired spell of 2-10 in a Big Bash game at the WACA Ground, joined the squad in Perth after being named as a replacement player for the injured Brett Lee.


But Australia will not field four quicks as they did for last month’s Test against India, with Clarke confirming that left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty will play.


Sri Lanka will be looking to kickstart their tri-series campaign after a four-wicket loss to India in Perth on Wednesday.