COLOMBO- Australia's stability first mantra will be severely tested going into tomorrow night’s World Twenty20 semi-final against the West Indies, with David Hussey on the radar for a late recall.Captain George Bailey and coach Mickey Arthur continue to laud the value of a settled side, they will consider replacing talented newcomer Glenn Maxwell with the experienced Hussey following last Tuesday’s batting debacle against Pakistan.“There will be thought given to that,” Arthur said of recalling Hussey, who was dropped during Australia’s recent tour of the UAE after increasingly inconsistent one-day and Twenty20 performances. “Experience plays a massive part at the back end of a tournament and Dave has a little bit of experience so we'll sit down and give its some real good thought over the next two days and come up with what is best.”So little has Australia’s middle order batted that Maxwell has faced just 11 balls in the five matches, batting twice for eight runs. However the 23-year-old had a dreadful all-round game against Pakistan, and it wasn’t just his batting.By the time Maxwell holed out for four during a batting collapse so bad it almost cost Australia a semi-final berth much of the damage was done. He had already dropped a straight forward slips catch off Pakistan number three Nazir Jamshed before he had scored and the attacking left-hander went on to make a game him 55 from 46 balls.Maxwell also had a dreadful misfield, allowing a ball between his legs for four, and had 0-6 from his one over, leaving him with tournament figures of 1-53 from just seven overs of off-spin in five games. “Maxy is an incredible talent, he arguably won us the last one-dayer in Dubai (making 56 not out in 38 balls), and he's a very good cricketer, he's got that bit of match-winner in him,” said Arthur, who claimed Maxwell remained upbeat.Arthur declared Brad Hogg, 41, and Pat Cummins, 19, safe despite Hogg taking just two wickets in five matches and Cummins coping some stick in several matches, including an early game against semi-final opponent the West Indies. “I think we’ve got the potential to get eight, maybe 10 overs of spin. That’s going to be the trend down the line,” said Arthur, with Australia successfully bringing in second spinner Xavier Doherty for the past two matches. “Against the West Indies I think he (Hogg) has the ability to expose their middle order with a little bit of spin. “If you look at the West Indies strike rates they are more susceptible to spin that they are to seam bowling.”Twice in the tournament Cummins has conceded more than 40 runs, including 1-42 against Pakistan, however he was also exceptional against India, claiming 2-16 from his four overs. Arthur believes that Cummins bowled too many slower balls against Pakistan.“I said to him  `you’re a guy that bowls 150kms an hour, why would you want to bowl that many slower balls because the batter would far prefer to face a slower ball from you than your quicker one’.”