Melbourne, (Agencies): Former Australia captain Allan Border is not in favour Jason Krejza's presence in Australia's World Cup squad and feels Krejza does not have much role to play for the team.

Krejza is the lone spinner in the Australian World Cup squad.

Border welcomes inclusion of fast bowling all-rounder John Hastings in the side although the sub-continent pitches help slow bowlers.

Hastings had taken two wickets at the expense of 24 runs in six overs while Krejza scalped one while giving away 56 runs in his quota of 10 overs, in the warm-up match against India on Sunday.

Border believes Australia should focus on a fast bowling attack with Brett Lee, Mitchell Johnson and Shaun Tait being the main bowlers.

“I’d probably go Johnny Hastings initially, with (Doug) Bollinger as cover if one of the three quicks aren’t going at their best,” Border said.

“Dave Hussey can bowl some spin, (Shane) Watson can bowl some medium pace and Clarkey (Michael Clarke) can bowl some spin. So maybe Krejza’s the odd man out there and it will just be a pace-bowling barrage with the part-timers to throw in some overs. I wouldn’t mind having Krejza in the 12,” Border told reporters.