Spinner Alex Hartley has been recalled to the England Women’s ODI squad for the upcoming three-match series against at home against New Zealand.
The 24-year-old Hartley, who played a key role when England won the Women’s World Cup at home last year, was dropped for the recent series against South Africa after only taking one wicket in three games in India earlier this year.
However, the left-arm slow-bowler has been in good form for Lancashire Women in the domestic One-Day Cup this season and earns a national recall.
There could also be an ODI debut in the series for 19-year-old Katie George. The medium-pacer has played in five T20Is and was part of the team that won the tri-series tournament against the White Ferns and South Africa.
England Women’s head coach Mark Robinson said: “I’ve been pleased with how we’ve played this summer.
“We’ve got a bit of competition for places, which is healthy, and as such we’ve got a group of players pushing each other to improve all the time.
“It’s good to have Alex Hartley back with the group and Katie George has had a promising start to her career at this level and we look forward to taking on New Zealand.”
The first game of the three-match ODI series takes place at Headingley on Saturday.
England Women ODI squad: Heather Knight (c), Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Georgia Elwiss, Katie George, Jenny Gunn, Alex Hartley, Amy Jones, Laura Marsh, Natalie Sciver, Sarah Taylor (wk), Anya Shrubsole, Lauren Winfield, Danielle Wyatt
A total of 55 players have been invited to work under ECB guidance in the coming weeks.
The swing bowler completed the landmark at Headingley.
But the ICC has rejected claims the tournament will be postponed, insisting a number of contingency plans are being considered.
He will not return from his family home in Tasmania even if the delayed season gets under way later this summer.
No domestic cricket can take place until at least August.
An expanded training group of up to 45 is due to be named on Friday.
The governing body still aims to stage a shortened domestic season.
Professional cricket is on hold until at least July 1.