Tim Bresnan has been added to the England squad for the One Day International series against Sri Lanka after recovering from a calf injury.
Bresnan was not originally included in the limited overs squads for the series against Sri Lanka but the 26-year-old is now in line to play his first international cricket of the summer.
Alastair Cook takes charge of his first match as England's full-time ODI captain at the Oval on Tuesday 28 June before the series reaches Lord's for the third game on Sunday 3 July.
Cook and Stuart Broad were unveiled as new captains of the ODI and Twenty20 teams respectively at Lord's in May.
The stated target was the respective World Cup tournaments with the emphasis on youth to prepare for the next showpiece events: ICC World Cup (in Australia and New Zealand) in 2015 and the ICC Twenty20 World Cup (in Sri Lanka) in 2012.
Broad's reign as T20 captain got off to a disappointing start as the defending ICC Twenty20 World Cup holders lost to Sri Lanka by nine wickets in Bristol.
Cook will be hoping for more success in the ODI series but will find it tough going against a Sri Lanka side who lost to India in the final of the 2011 ICC World Cup in April.
England ODI squad
Name County Age ODI caps
35-year-old Paul Collingwood, who retired from Test cricket following the Ashes victory over, is left out of the squad as the England selectors look to the future with a youthful squad.
Steven Finn and Chris Woakes (both 22) and the inexperienced Jade Dernbach (25) are involved in the squad and Craig Kieswetter (23) is given the wicket-keeping duties in both formats - ahead of Test 'keeper Matt Prior (29).
Big-hitting, spin bowling all-rounder Samit Patel is also in the squads. The 26-year-old Nottinghamshire player has faced public criticism over his weight and fitness but his form this season has earned him a recall.