England have recalled fast bowler James Anderson and fit-again batsman Joe Root to a 13-man squad to take on Scotland in a One-Day International in Aberdeen on 9th May.
The first squad picked by a new selection panel including new coach Peter Moores has named only one uncapped player - Nottinghamshire's left-arm quick Harry Gurney.
He travelled to the West Indies for a series of limited overs matches prior to the ICC World Twenty20 but was not selected.
England ODI squad: Alastair Cook (captain), Moeen Ali, James Anderson, Gary Ballance, Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Jos Buttler, Harry Gurney, Chris Jordan, Eoin Morgan, Joe Root, James Tredwell, Chris Woakes
That tour also saw Root break his thumb and he is now fit again and available for selection having made a comeback for Yorkshire in the LV= County Championship.
Anderson last played an ODI in June 2013 and joins quick bowlers Gurney, Chris Jordan and Chris Woakes in the squad for England's first match of the summer.
James Tredwell is the only specialist spinner named although Moeen Ali can be expected to perform the dual role of batting and bowling some off-spin.
Captain Alastair Cook, Yorkshire's Gary Ballance, Warwickshire's Ian Bell, Middlesex's Eoin Morgan and Root are the specialist batsmen included with Ravi Bopara and Jos Buttler in as medium pace and wicket-keeping all-rounders respectively.
The players in the squad will be unavailable for their counties for the latest round of county matches as they will be meeting in Loughborough for two days prior to flying to Scotland.
"The start of the international summer is always incredibly exciting for everyone involved in England cricket and it has been pleasing to see so many players in good form early on this season," National Selector James Whitaker said.
"On behalf of the selectors I would like to wish new coach Peter Moores, Alastair Cook and the whole squad all the best for a good performance against Scotland in what we know will be a very competitive fixture."
England ODI squad v Scotland: Cook (c), M Ali, Anderson, Ballance, Bell, Bopara, Buttler, Gurney, Jordan, Morgan, Root, Tredwell, Woakes— Cricket World (@Cricket_World) May 1, 2014
Really surprised that England haven't picked @AlexHales1 for the ODI squad..Power at the top of the order a must IMO...— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) May 1, 2014
James Vince can consider himself unlucky not to get the nod, but more runs will surely lead to a call-up this summer. #ScovEng— Tom Huelin (@Tomhue1) May 1, 2014
Congratulations to Moeen on selection to play for England against Scotland #thebeardthatsfeared— Worcestershire CCC (@WorcsCCC) May 1, 2014
No place for England's two most recent limited overs century makers in the ODI squad Lumb and Hales.— Adam Mountford (@tmsproducer) May 1, 2014
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