The Nottinghamshire seamer will characteristic within the Royal London Sequence in opposition to Australia
England have referred to as up Nottinghamshire seamer Jake Ball as quilt for the injured Chris Woakes of their Royal London Sequence squad to stand Australia this month.
Woakes joined Ben Stokes at the sidelines thru damage when he suffered a thigh pressure in England’s victory over Pakistan in the second one NatWest Take a look at.
Each will probably be unavailable to tackle Scotland on this weekend’s one-off one-day global and the “first phase” of the five-match sequence in opposition to Australia.
Ball is again after enjoying the closing of his 17 ODIs so far at Perth in January within the 4-1 sequence victory over Australia. He has taken 21 wickets, with a absolute best of 5 for 51, however averages 45.28.
The England and Wales Cricket Board launched a short lived observation on Tuesday morning.
It learn: “Nottinghamshire seamer Jake Ball has been drafted into England’s ODI squad for the Royal London sequence in opposition to Australia as quilt for all-rounder Chris Woakes.
“Woakes, who will probably be unavailable for the primary a part of the sequence with a proper quad pressure, joins Ben Stokes (left hamstring tear) at the injured checklist.
“Each gamers have commenced their damage rehab programmes and will probably be hoping to answer remedy with the purpose of that includes within the latter phases of the sequence.”