Worrall, 28, is set to play his first professional game since April this year, when he lined up for English county side Gloucestershire through the winter but came home with a lower back injury.
General Manager, High Performance Tim Nielsen said the time is right for Worrall to rejoin the team.
“Daniel has returned through Premier Cricket and internal trial matches and he has been progressing really well,” Nielsen said.
“We will continue to assess on a game by game basis, commencing after the first one-day game, and we will work closely with him so that he is able to play more and more cricket in the short and medium term.
“The medical staff have been working really hard with Daniel and have done a great job, and everyone that’s been involved has supported and rallied behind him to ensure he comes back at the right time and has the best chance of sustained success.”
Worrall is joined by Australian players Alex Carey, Kane Richardson and Adam Zampa in a strong South Australian side set to take on second-placed WA, who also boast an experienced line-up.
The Redbacks will be led by Jake Lehmann while Travis Head prepares for Australia’s Domain Test series against Pakistan.
The match will begin at 10:00am at Karen Rolton Oval. Entry is free.
South Australia’s 12-player squad
Jake Lehmann (c) (33)
Wes Agar (13)
Alex Carey (5)
Tom Cooper (26)
Callum Ferguson (12)
Harry Nielsen (4)
Kane Richardson (55)
Alex Ross (49)
Cameron Valente (3)
Jake Weatherald (28)
Daniel Worrall (23)
Adam Zampa (63)