Chris Woakes has been ruled out of the one-off ODI against Scotland and is a doubt for the series against Australia after the seamer felt tightness in his thigh during the second Test against Pakistan.
Woakes left the field during England’s innings and 55-run win at Headingley on Sunday with him holding his right thigh.
Tom Curran has replaced Woakes in the 13-man squad for the Scotland fixture, set to take place in Edinburgh on Sunday, with Woakes set to undergo a fitness test ahead of the five-match series against the Aussies, starting on 13 June.
An ECB statement said: “Chris Woakes has been ruled out of the Scotland ODI with tightness in his right squad.
“He is replaced in the squad by Surrey’s Tom Curran. Woakes will be assessed this week to ascertain if he’ll be fit for the Australia series.”
Ben Stokes was also ruled out of the Scotland game and ‘part’ of the series against Australia on Sunday after scans found a tear in his left hamstring.
Dawid Malan was called up to the England squad for the Scotland ODI while Sam Billings was added for the series against Australia.
The 34-year-old is on 499 Test wickets.
Willey had been involved throughout the four-year build-up to last year’s World Cup but was left out in favour of Jofra Archer.
Penultimate day of match against West Indies at Emirates Old Trafford is washed out.
Surrey and Middlesex meet again and the Bears take on Northamptonshire in the new first-class competition.
The hosts need eight more wickets.
Reece Topley also recalled four years after his last appearance.
England host Ireland on Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday at the Ageas Bowl.
The seamer reduced the Windies to 10 for two at stumps on Sunday evening.
Vince is expected to be included when England name their ODI squad to face Ireland on Monday.
Broad took six wickets on the third day at Emirates Old Trafford.