Australian pace legend Dennis Lillee will be formally inducted into the International Cricket Council's Hall of Fame on Thursday.
"Fast bowling legend Dennis Lillee will tomorrow be formally inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame at the tea break of the Australia-West Indies Test in Perth," Cricket Australia said in a statement.
Lillee, the current WACA President, played 70 Tests from 1971 to 1984, taking a then world record 355 Test wickets.
He is one of 15 Australians who will be inducted into the ICC's Hall of Fame. Apart from this, 50 Australian cricket volunteers would also be honoured.