Former Ireland international Boyd Rankin has been added to the England squad for the two remaining one-day internationals against New Zealand.
The 28-year-old has been included after bowlers Stuart Broad and Steve Finn were ruled out of England's first two ODIs against the Kiwis.
Broad bruised a knee during the second Test victory at Headingley, while Finn is suffering from sore shins.
Rankin, who played 37 ODIs for Ireland before retiring earlier this year, will join the squad ahead of Sunday's match at the Ageas Bowl.
The Warwickshire pace bowler will initially provide cover for Tim Bresnan, whose wife is due to give birth soon, with Jade Dernbach already called up.
Rankin made his England debut in 2011 against Sri Lanka A and was selected on the England Performance Programme later that year.