Ben Stokes has been named in England’s ODI squad to face New Zealand within the upcoming four-match sequence in September, confirming his return to the set-up forward of the ICC Cricket World Cup in India later this yr.
There isn’t any place for Jofra Archer within the 15-player squad because the quick bowler, so instrumental in England’s 50-over World Cup win 4 years in the past, continues his restoration from an elbow harm that has saved him out this summer season.
Promising tempo bowler Gus Atkinson has been rewarded with a debut call-up after bursting onto the scene this summer season. The 25-year-old has taken 20 wickets in 5 County Championship video games at a mean of 20.20 for Surrey and, maybe extra pertinently, is the second-leading wicket-taker in The Hundred, with 9 wickets in 4 video games at 10.66 a pop.
England males’s ODI squad vs New Zealand
Jos Buttler (Lancashire – captain), Moeen Ali (Warwickshire), Gus Atkinson (Surrey), Jonny Bairstow (Yorkshire), Sam Curran (Surrey), Liam Livingstone (Lancashire), Dawid Malan (Yorkshire), Adil Rashid (Yorkshire), Joe Root (Yorkshire), Jason Roy (Surrey), Ben Stokes (Durham), Reece Topley (Surrey), David Willey (Northamptonshire), Mark Wooden (Durham), Chris Woakes (Warwickshire)
Nineteen-year-old leg-spinner Rehan Ahmed has been named in England’s squad for the four-match T20I sequence in opposition to New Zealand however will not be included for the ODIs.
Atkinson is one in all three uncapped gamers in T20 internationals included in that 15-player squad, together with Hampshire right-arm seamer John Turner and Worcestershire fast Josh Tongue, who made his England Check debut this summer season.
England males’s T20I squad vs New Zealand
Jos Buttler (Lancashire – captain), Rehan Ahmed (Leicestershire), Moeen Ali (Warwickshire), Gus Atkinson (Surrey), Jonny Bairstow (Yorkshire), Harry Brook (Yorkshire), Sam Curran (Surrey), Ben Duckett (Nottinghamshire), Will Jacks (Surrey), Liam Livingstone (Lancashire), Dawid Malan (Yorkshire), Adil Rashid (Yorkshire), Josh Tongue (Worcestershire), John Turner (Hampshire), Luke Wooden (Lancashire)
Stokes – together with Joe Root, Jason Roy, Reece Topley, David Willey, Chris Woakes and Mark Wooden – has solely been included in England’s ODI squad, whereas Ahmed, Harry Brook, Ben Duckett, Will Jacks, Tongue, Turner and Luke Wooden are within the T20I get together solely.
England males’s nationwide selector, Luke Wright, mentioned: “We’ve got been in a position to identify two extraordinarily robust squads that underline the depth of expertise we take pleasure in in white-ball cricket.
“The return of Ben Stokes solely provides to that high quality together with his match-winning potential and management. I’m sure that each fan will take pleasure in seeing him again in an England ODI shirt once more.
“We’re additionally excited to offer first worldwide call-ups to each Gus Atkinson and John Turner whereas Josh Tongue has deserved a spot within the T20 squad after impressing throughout the Ashes.
“Any sequence in opposition to New Zealand is carefully fought and can present us with an excellent alternative to check ourselves in opposition to among the finest groups on the planet.”
England comply with their video games in opposition to New Zealand with a three-match ODI sequence in opposition to Eire (squad nonetheless to be named) earlier than their World Cup marketing campaign kicks off in opposition to the Black Caps in Ahmedabad on October 5.
Twenty20 Worldwide sequence vs New Zealand
Wednesday August 30 – Seat Distinctive Riverside, Durham (6pm)
Friday September 1 – Emirates Outdated Trafford, Manchester (6pm)
Sunday September 3 – Edgbaston, Birmingham (2.30pm)
Thursday September 5 – Trent Bridge, Nottingham (6pm)
ODI sequence vs New Zealand
Friday September 8 – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff (12.30pm)
Sunday September 10 – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton (11am)
Wednesday September 13 – The Kia Oval, London (12.30pm)
Friday September 15 – Lord’s, London (12.30pm)
ODI sequence vs Eire
Wednesday September 20 – Headingley, Leeds (12.30pm)
Saturday September 23 – Trent Bridge, Nottingham (11am)
Tuesday September 26 – Seat Distinctive Stadium, Bristol (12.30pm)
ICC 50-over Cricket World Cup
Thursday October 5 – vs New Zealand, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad (9.30am)
Tuesday October 10 – vs Bangladesh, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Affiliation Stadium, Dharamsala (9.30am)
Saturday October 14 – vs Afghanistan, Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi (9.30am)
Saturday October 21 – vs South Africa, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (9.30am)
Thursday October 26 – vs Sri Lanka, M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore (9.30am)
Sunday October 29 – vs India, BRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow (8.30am)
Saturday November 4 – vs Australia, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad (8.30am)
Wednesday November 8 – vs Netherlands, Maharashtra Cricket Affiliation Stadium, Gahunje (8.30am)
Saturday November 12 – vs Pakistan, Eden Gardens, Kolkata (8.30am)
Watch the ICC Males’s 50-over World Cup stay on Sky Sports activities all through October and November.