|West Indies ladies in England|
|Venues:Leicester, Worcester, Chelmsford, Northampton, DerbyDates:6-25 June|
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England welcome wait on Sarah Taylor, Sophie Ecclestone and Jenny Gunn to a 15-solid squad for the first two one-day internationals in opposition to West Indies.
Spinner Ecclestone uncared for the most up-to-date Sri Lanka serieswith a broken hand.
Wicketkeeper Taylor uncared for the Sri Lanka leg of the icy weather tour as Englandcontinue to control her alarm concerns,while all-rounder Gunn became as soon as rested.
The series begins in Leicester on Thursday, with England two wins some distance flung from qualifying for the 2021 World Cup.
All-rounder Georgia Elwiss, who became as soon as ruled out of the Sri Lanka series with a stress smash of the wait on, is no longer but ready to return in opposition to a Windies side which will seemingly bewith out star all-rounder Deandra Dottin,who has had shoulder surgical operation.
Meanwhile, there’s no place of living for seamer Freya Davies, spinner Linsey Smith and all-rounder Sophia Dunkley, who all conducted in Sri Lanka.
With the Females’s Ashes following straight after the West Indies series, captain Heather Knight acknowledged: “It be a wide summer for us.
“West Indies will seemingly be a enormous take a look at so we will must aloof be at our finest however we net now persevered to develop and progress as a team.
“Step one is qualifying for the World Cup before we are able to initiating to mediate of the T20s and reclaiming the Ashes.”
England squad for first two West Indies ODIs:Heather Knight (Berkshire, capt), Tammy Beaumont (Kent), Katherine Brunt (Yorkshire), Kate Wrong (Lancashire), Sophie Ecclestone (Lancashire), Alex Hartley (Lancashire), Jenny Gunn (Nottinghamshire), Amy Jones (Warwickshire, wk), Laura Marsh (Kent), Nat Sciver (Surrey), Anya Shrubsole (Berkshire), Sarah Taylor (Sussex, wk), Fran Wilson (Kent), Lauren Winfield (Yorkshire), Danni Wyatt (Sussex).
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