Good that he is back, although his current circumstances aren't particularly promising (recent injuries, and huge drop in rankings). As MB says, he is certainly the most naturally talented Briton behind Muzza, so it makes sense for him to be playing ahead of the others.
A good tie for him to get that first live win, although it is made slightly more complicated by the fact that he will be playing as a #2. We can't really afford for him to get nervous as Ward is not an absolute dead cert in any of his matches.
Should really be an easy 3-0 win by late Saturday afternoon...
...and, with the draw the easiest it could be for us, back into Group I for 2012.