England pace bowlers Chris Jordan and Liam Plunkett have been ruled out of the remainder of the one-day series against New Zealand.
The pair were both injured during England’s defeat to the Black Caps at The Oval on Friday and will miss the remaining three matches in the five-match Royal London ODI series as a result.
Sussex bowler Jordan has a side strain, while Yorkshire’s Plunkett has a thigh strain.
Both players will now undergo a rehabilitation programme and their response to treatment over the coming days will determine the timescale for a return to competitive cricket.
Somerset all-rounder Craig Overton will replace Jordan in the squad ahead of the third match of the series at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton after he was originally called up as cover on Saturday.
Overton has played 15 List A matches for Somerset, averaging 54.20 with the ball and 10.54 with the bat.
The Devon born 21-year-old has represented England at U19 and Lions level but is yet to win his first senior cap.
A decision on who will replace Plunkett is expected to be made on Sunday.
The series is tied at 1-1 with the final two matches scheduled for Trent Bridge on Wednesday and Emirates Durham ICG next Saturday
Craig Overton will join up with England’s one-day squad as cover for Chris Jordan who could miss the third match of the series against New Zealand on Sunday because of injury.
Jordan hurt his side during Friday’s contest at The Oval and will face a fitness test ahead of this weekend's match at the Ageas Bowl.
The 21-year-old Overton has played 15 List A matches for Somerset, averaging 54.20 with the ball and 10.54 with the bat.