Prestwidge is the son of former Queensland allrounder Scott and younger brother of WBBL Brisbane Heat pace bowler Georgia and Melbourne Renegades quick Jack.

If he makes his debut, the 19-year-old will join fellow young gun Connor Sully and Ashes contender Mark Steketee as the pace attack for Queensland.

He has picked up 14 wickets at 19.50 for Northern Suburbs so far in the KFC Queensland Premier Cricket competition.

Bryant, who scored 157 for the Gold Coast a week ago and played in the Queensland 2nd XI last week, comes into the squad with Sam Heazlett ruled out today due to illness.

Steketee returns to the squad in place of Gurinder Sandhu after missing the last game against Tasmania in Townsville due to a heel injury while Sully picked up 4-39 in the same match in just his second game for Queensland.

Another Australian pace contender, Michael Neser, was not considered for selection as he recovers from a minor hamstring injury sustained during the Marsh Sheffield Shield game against WA that finished yesterday.

The match will be broadcast live on Foxtel and streamed through Kayo and cricket.com.au.

Admission is free with entry via Gate 5 on Vulture Street. Gates open at 1.05pm with play underway at 1.35pm.

First session goes until 5.05pm, with the dinner break until 5.35pm, before the second session commences. Scheduled close of play is 9.05pm.

Marsh One Day Cup

Queensland v Western Australia

The Gabba

TODAY, 1.35pm (Qld time)

Usman Khawaja (c)

James Bazley

Max Bryant

Joe Burns

Matthew Kuhnemann

Marnus Labuschagne

Jimmy Peirson

Will Prestwidge

Matthew Renshaw

Mark Steketee

Connor Sully

Jack Wildermuth

(12th man to be named)

Free admission. Enter via Gate 5.