Middlesex seamer James Harris is among a quartet of uncapped cricketers in England’s Champions Trophy squad for the summer.
England have released their 30-man provisional squad for the upcoming Champions Trophy in June and it contains four uncapped players.
Yorkshire’s Gary Ballance, Middlesex bowler James Harris and Warwickshire duo Varun Chopra and Chris Wright are the four men who have yet to be tested on the international stage.
“This is a balanced squad with options in all areas,” chief selector Geoff Miller said on BBC Sport.
“It reflects players’ performances for both the senior England teams and the England Lions and EPP (England Performance Programme) squads over the winter period.”
Test wicketkeeper Matt Prior is one of five players from the recent Performance Squad that is not included for the Champions Trophy.
Along with Prior, other Test specialists Nick Compton and Monty Panesar aren’t listed, as well as Twenty20 captain Michael Lumb and fast bowler Chris Tremlett – who is still returning to full fitness after two operations in 2012.
This means that Yorkshire’s Jonny Bairstow and Somerset pair Jos Buttler and Craig Kieswetter will be the available ‘keepers for the one-day tournament.
Nottinghamshire batsman James Taylor is also included, despite not making the Performance Squad, in the group that will be reduced to 15 on May 5.
The Champions Trophy is to be hosted in England and Wales this year and starts in Cardiff on June 6 with an ODI between India and South Africa.
The Three Lions are in Group A, along with Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka and face the Aussies in their first match on June 8.