Australia fast bowler Patrick Cummins will join up with the Australia 'A' squad as a non-playing member during the tour of the British Isles as part of his rehabilitation process as he continues his recovery from a back injury.
He was diagnosed with a bone stress injury of the lower back in November, the latest in a string of injuries to have befallen the pace man since bursting onto the international stage in 2011.
Australian fast-bowler Pat Cummins has been ruled out of the remainder of Australia's One-Day International series against England with a side strain.
It is understood that he picked up the injury during the first match at Lord's on Friday, where he took one for 53 from his 10 overs.
18-year-old Australian fast bowler Patrick Cummins will not play again this year after he was diagnosed with a bone stress problem in his heel.
He had suffered a heel injury during the Test series in South Africa, where he hit the winning runs to seal a series-levelling win in Johannesburg, and has not played since.
18-year-old pace bowler Patrick Cummins has been included in Australia's 15-man squad for the two-Test match series in South Africa.
Cummins impressed by taking five wickets in the two Twenty20 Internationals between the two sides and he replaces James Pattinson in the squad.
Australia have named uncapped players Patrick Cummins, Mitchell Marsh and Matthew Wade in their 14-man squad to play two Twenty20 Internationals in South Africa.
Cummins is also included in the squad to play three One-Day Internationals in October, replacing the injured John Hastings while Wade gets his chance due to Tim Paine's finger injury and Brad Haddin's retirement from Twenty20 International cricket.