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Maxwell is due to fly Down Under after the Red Rose's upcoming clash with Durham to prepare for this summer's World Cup
Lancashire have signed Australian batsman Jake Lehmann for the rest of the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Lehmann, the son of former Australia international Darren, will replace countryman Glenn Maxwell in the Lancashire squad.
Maxwell is due to fly Down Under after the Red Rose's clash with Durham on Tuesday to prepare for this summer's World Cup.
Lancashire director of cricket Paul Allott said: "We are very fortunate that we’ve been able to find a replacement for Glenn as he leaves us to meet up with the Australia World Cup squad.
"Getting a player of quality for a short spell, with little notice can be difficult, but we’re really pleased that we have been able to secure the services of Jake for the rest of the competition.
"Everyone at Lancashire Cricket wishes Glenn all the best for the World Cup and we look forward to welcoming him back to Emirates Old Trafford later this summer for our Vitality Blast campaign and remaining Specsavers County Championship fixtures in September."