George Bradley "Brad" Hogg is an Australian cricketer. His profiel is that of a left-arm chinaman bowler, and a capable lower-order left-handed batsman, as well as an excellent fielder. Hogg made his first-class cricket and domestic limited overs debut for Western Australia in February 1994 as a middle order batsman. In 1996, he was selected in the Australian team to tour India as a replacement for Warne who was injured. He made his Test debut against India in Delhi, taking 1/69 and making 1 and 4. He also played seven One Day International matches. Hogg was recalled to the Australian Test team to tour the West Indies in April 2003, where he played two matches. He also played against Zimbabwe at the SCG later that year, but was upstaged by part-time chinaman bowler Simon Katich, who took 6/90 for the match (Hogg took 3/119). He was left out of the Test team in 2004 but remained in the national one day team as the preferred spinner to Stuart MacGill. On 2 January 2008, Hogg scored a Test-career-best 79 as part of a 173-run partnership with Andrew Symonds-a 7th wicket record for both the Sydney Cricket Ground and Australia vs. India. Hogg's highest ODI score is 71 not out against England, and his best bowling figures in an innings are 5/32 against the West Indies. . His test career (17 wickets at 54.88) was ultimately unremarkable, but his 156 One Day International wickets at 26.84 coupled with useful lower-order batting placed him among Australia's best one-day players. On 4 November 2011 Hogg signed with the Perth Scorchers, one of the franchises in the Australian domestic Twenty20 competition, the Big Bash League. On 1 February 2012, Hogg returned to international cricket at the Sydney Olympic Stadium in a Twenty20 international against India. Hogg has since been selected for the 2012 Australian T20 World Cup team, plus the three games AUS vs Pakistan in Dubai in the leadup to that competition.