England have added Jake Ball as cover to the T20 squad ahead of the upcoming tri-Series against Australia and New Zealand.
The Nottinghamshire bowler will travel with the squad initially for the Australia leg of the triangular tournament, which starts on Wednesday 7 February.
Seamer Liam Plunkett is a doubt for England’s warm-up match against the Prime Minister’s XI on Friday, as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury picked up in the third ODI against Australia at the SCG.
Chris Jordan is also sidelined with a hamstring niggle while Ales Hales will sit out Friday’s match because of a hand injury.
All three players will hope to be fit for the first IT20 against the Aussies in Hobart on 7 February.
England will look to continue their good form in white-ball cricket as they thrashed Australia four-one in the recent five-match ODI series Down Under.
A game-wide anti-discrimination charter and code will be introduced.
Holder has led the West Indies for nearly five years.
Stokes will be skipper for the first Test against the West Indies, and Root took the time to write a short note to his stand-in.
A majority vote was reached at a meeting of first-class counties chairmen on Tuesday.
The Durham man tiptoed around ICC rules on overt political statements but made clear the occasion would not go unmarked by England.
Contests between the two sides have seen a number of record-breaking performances.
The former England spinner insists Test cricket can survive a summer without crowds.
The pair will go head to head this week when the first Test between England and West Indies gets under way in Southampton.
The first Test between England and the West Indies takes place on Wednesday at the Ageas Bowl.
Sibley made a strong impression during his first winter as an international cricketer.