New Zealand have been forced to make yet another change to their ODI line up to face South Africa, with the news that fast bowler Adam Milne's Achilles injury has reared its head yet again.
This means Neil Wagner has been called into the one-day side, after previously only playing in a handful of Tests. Milne's Achilles injury has been a long-standing issue, but it has not subsided enough and he joins Corey Anderson on the sidelines.
New Zealand physiotherapist Paul Close said: "Adam sustained a recurrence of his lower leg injury that's been problematic for him over the last few months.
"He requires further assessment to determine the severity of the injury but because he is unable bowl without pain the decision has been made to replace him for the ODI series."
Coach Mike Hesson added, looking on the bright side on behalf of the former South African: "While it is obviously disappointing for Adam this gives Neil a wonderful opportunity to join the squad for the ODI series.
"He's the ideal replacement for Adam and we are confident he will perform well in the one-dayers should he get the opportunity on this tour."
South Africa won the Test series 2-0 in emphatic fashion and will be looking to add another whitewash to the records. The first ODI will be played in Paarl on 19 January.