"When the squad gets announced I'll probably be 65-70 per cent and I've still got a good four or five weeks from that date to get ready to play one-day cricket," Hazlewood said in a Cricket Australia podcast.
The team will have a training camp in Brisbane in early May and are expected to play some warm-up games against New Zealand before heading to Britain.
"I don't think I'll be fit for those but the one-day warm-up games in England I think I'll be right," said Hazlewood.
"He (Starc) looks fine, he started bowling as well this week," Hazlewood said.
"He's coming off not as big a break as me so won't take him long to get up and running. He seems to be heading in the right direction.
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