England captain Alastair Cook doesn't think the players who have been out of the side for a while will have a problem returning to the middle for the one-day series against New Zealand.
Cook, along with Ian Bell, Jonathan Trott, Graeme Swann and Jimmy Anderson, were not involved in the T20 series, which England won 2-1. The last time they played an ODI was in December last year, but Cook thinks they will be good to go.
The skipper said: "It's great to have those guys coming back. In one way, they're a little bit undercooked - because the last time they played a game for England was 10 days before Christmas.
"Belly and I played a couple of weeks ago, so the other guys are probably a little bit underdone. They've had a bit of time off - which they needed.
"They haven't had a game to practise here. But they're world-class players who've played here before. So it shouldn't be too much of a problem ... and I expect them to be able to adapt well."
One player who proved himself far from rusty during the T20 series was wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler. After some good performances with the bat, and keeping well too, Cook confirmed he would be playing in the ODIs as well.
Cook said: "It's quite clear Jos has done really well - in those two one-day games he played in India and those Twenty20s, he's been fantastic.
"So he'll be getting the first go tomorrow. He deserves his chance to take it on, and I've been very impressed with the way he's handled himself."
The first ODI will be played at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Sunday 17 February.