Brook has impressed England’s administration together with his response to lacking out on their provisional 15-man squad for the World Cup, blazing an unbeaten century within the Hundred and hitting 43 not out and 67 of their first two T20Is in opposition to New Zealand.
Brook has formally been added to the squad for the New Zealand collection as “batting cowl” and can hyperlink up with England in Cardiff on Thursday forward of Friday’s first ODI. He’s additionally as a result of function within the Eire collection, which runs from September 20-26 – and will then fly to India with the remainder of the World Cup squad a day later.
England are eager to present Crawley alternatives in white-ball cricket after he completed the Ashes as their main run-scorer, and he’ll add to his three ODIs whereas main his nation for the primary time. Ben Duckett, who ran the drinks all through the four-match T20I collection in opposition to New Zealand, might be vice-captain.
Will Jacks, whose highest rating in these 4 matches was 22, additionally options, whereas Phil Salt may even function after being disregarded of the T20I squad. Luke Wooden, Craig Overton and Matthew Potts be part of Carse and Scrimshaw because the seam-bowling choices.
The ECB mentioned that England’s selectors “consulted with the first-class counties” and took the County Championship standings into consideration when choosing the Eire squad, to keep away from leaving groups who had been pushing for the title, promotion, or to keep away from relegation with out a number of first-choice gamers.
England squad to play Eire: Rehan Ahmed, Harry Brook, Brydon Carse, Zak Crawley (captain), Ben Duckett (vice-captain), Sam Hain, Will Jacks, Craig Overton, Matthew Potts, Phil Salt, George Scrimshaw, Jamie Smith, Luke Wooden
Fixtures: September 20 – 1st ODI, Headingley; September 23 – 2nd ODI, Trent Bridge; September 26 – third ODI, Bristol