Iain O'Brien and Daniel Flynn have been added to New Zealand's squad for the final two games of the ODI series against England.
With Michael Mason injured and Paul Hitchcock struggling after figures of 0-56 off seven overs at Eden Park, the Black Caps selectors have opted to tweak their squad.
Wellington seamer O'Brien has part of the squad as cover for Auckland, however he has now earned a full call-up.
Flynn's inclusion is reward for his form this season, which has seen him average 52 in first-class cricket and 47 in the one-day competition.
Flynn is likely to provide back-up to aggressive opener Jesse Ryder, who sprained his left ankle during Friday's defeat in the third ODI.
Ryder will undergo physiotherapy on the injury in an attempt to see him play part in the match in Napier on Wednesday.