Liam Dawson, the uncapped Hampshire spinner, has been named in England's 15-man squad for the World T-20, which gets in progress in India one month from now.
Dawson, 25, who awed the selectors amid the late England Lions arrangement against Pakistan An in the UAE, was not initially decided for the present senior voyage through South Africa. Nonetheless, he will connect up with the squad in front of the two Twenty20s one week from now, when England's mentor, Trevor Bayliss, will get the chance to evaluate his benefits appropriately.
"I haven't really seen him play a diversion," Bayliss said after the statement. "I went to maybe a couple of the Lions performs and saw him in the nets. From a rocking the bowling alley perspective, he takes care of business a bit on the ball and he looks just as he has something about him identity savvy. He can bat also and he's a decent defender obviously."
Dawson conceded the ring left the blue. "I wasn't expecting it," he told BBC Radio Solent. "I did really well for the Lions in the two months I arrived with them in the UAE for 50-over cricket furthermore the T20 arrangement.
"In the back of my brain, I thought conceivably I may have a little, outside chance, however fortunately I've been chosen and I'm exceptionally amped up for it."
English squad for World T20
Eoin Morgan (Middlesex) (Capt)
Moeen Ali (Worcestershire)
Sam Billings (Kent)
Jos Buttler (Lancashire)
Liam Dawson (Hampshire)
Steven Finn (Middlesex)
Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire)
Chris Jordan (Sussex)
Adil Rashid (Yorkshire)
Joe Root (Yorkshire)
Jason Roy (Surrey)
Ben Stokes (Durham)
Reece Topley (Hampshire)
James Vince (Hampshire)
David Willey (Yorkshire)
Steven Finn, why should constrained pull back from the visit with a side strain, has additionally been named in the 15, nearby six different players with past experience of a World Twenty20. Eoin Morgan, the chief, is the main survivor from England's triumphant crusade in the West Indies in 2010, with England picking, not surprisingly, to ignore Kevin Pietersen regardless of his noteworthy late frame in both South Africa's Ram Slam competition and Australia's Big Bash League.
There is no spot, either, for Stuart Broad - another veteran of the 2010 battle - who has not played a 20-over match for England since 2014 however had been an outside wagered for determination in the wake of being drafted into the constrained overs leg of the South Africa visit taking after wounds to Finn and Liam Plunkett, who likewise passes up a great opportunity.
Reece Topley and David Willey, the left-arm seamers who have been England's consistent new-ball matching in 50-over cricket, both make the outing, with Chris Jordan and the allrounder Ben Stokes giving England's other quick playing choices.
James Vince, the Hampshire batsman who additionally awed in the UAE with both the senior side and England Lions, is likewise incorporated into the gathering, close by Sam Billings, who will give hard-hitting move down to any semblance of Jos Buttler and Jason Roy and is right now playing in the Pakistan Super League. James Taylor, in any case, does not make the cut in spite of great structure for England's 50-over group as of late.
Mahela Jayawardene, the previous Sri Lanka batsman, will at the end of the day join England's instructing group for the initial ten days of the competition as an expert, with Paul Collingwood, England's trophy-winning commander in 2010, working nearby Trevor Bayliss, Paul Farbrace and Ottis Gibson for the term.
"The constrained overs cricket played in the most recent eight months has been inconceivably energizing to watch and these players merit the honor of speaking to England at a worldwide occasion," said James Whitaker, the national selector. "We have gained critical ground amid late arrangement with bounty more to come throughout the following couple of years.
"Liam Dawson has been chosen after reliably solid exhibitions for the Lions as of late against Pakistan A. As a left arm turning all-rounder he will be an exceptionally valuable expansion especially in sub-mainland conditions.
"Congrats to all chose and in the interest of the selectors good fortunes to Eoin and Trevor."
Andrew Strauss, chief of England Cricket, said: "Mahela Jayawardene and Paul Collingwood demonstrated extremely well known increases to the training group when they invested energy with England in the UAE prior this winter and I'm charmed that they are both ready to help our T20 side. Their global experience, past accomplishment at World T20 competitions and, especially for Mahela's situation, learning of conditions make them perfect assets to take advantage of and I have undoubtedly the players will pick up an enormous sum from having them around the changing area."