Two spin options have been named in the Black Caps one-day squad to take on Pakistan later this month.
Allrounders Todd Astle and Mitchell Santner both feature in the 13 man squad for the first two games, with Martin Guptill also returning to the side.
Colin de Grandhomme was unavailable and will return to play for Auckland this weekend, following the death of his father in Zimbabwe.
George Worker and Neil Broom have been dropped from the squad that beat the West Indies 3-0.
Black Caps selector Gavin Larsen said having both Astle and Santner gave the team options.
"Todd made the most of his opportunity against the West Indies and made a strong contribution with both bat and ball," said Larsen.
"Mitchell has been one of our most consistent white ball bowlers for a long time now, as can be seen by him being ranked in the top 10 ODI bowlers in the world.
"Conditions will dictate whether they play in the same eleven, but it's certainly not out of the question."
Larsen said it it was good to have Guptill back, while acknowledging George Worker was unfortunate to miss out.
"Martin is a proven world class player, so we're naturally thrilled to have him back in the mix. He and Colin have been strong for us at the top of the order.
"It's tough on George missing out, but he'll continue to push for selection and will get further opportunities down the road."
The opening match of the series is on Saturday January 6th at the Basin Reserve in Wellington.
BLACKCAPS ODI squad
Kane Williamson (c) - Northern Districts
Todd Astle - Canterbury
Trent Boult - Northern Districts
Doug Bracewell - Central Districts
Lockie Ferguson - Auckland
Martin Guptill - Auckland
Matt Henry - Canterbury
Tom Latham - Canterbury
Colin Munro - Auckland
Henry Nicholls - Canterbury
Mitchell Santner - Northern Districts
Tim Southee - Northern Districts
Ross Taylor - Central Districts