David Willey, the left-arm seamer, has been taken out of England's squad for the ODI series against Pakistan after suffering a hand injury on T20 Blast Finals Day. He will be replaced by Nottinghamshire's Jake Ball, but Willey still hopes to play a part at some stage.*
Willey was struck by a fierce return drive from Mark Stoneman in his second over of the semi-final against Durham. Although he completed his four overs, and then opened the batting, he was clearly in significant pain.
An X-ray on Sunday "has not excluded a significant injury" an ECB statement said and he will undergo a further scan on Monday as well as being assessed by a consultant with the statement adding Willey had been "withdrawn from England's ODI squad until a clear diagnosis has been established."
Willey later tweeted: "Not actually ruled out of this series yet, waiting for diagnosis on hand. Hopefully just a bruise!"
Willey has become a central figure in England's limited-overs team, making 18 ODI appearances and 11 in T20Is since making his international debut in May last year. He has 29 ODI wickets at 27.82 and has often provided early breakthroughs with his new-ball swing. In his most recent ODI, against Sri Lanka in Cardiff, he took a career-best 4 for 34.
Ball, meanwhile, earns his first call-up to the one-day side having made his Test debut against Pakistan at Lord's last month.
The England squad meet up in Southampton on Monday ahead of the opening match of the series at the Ageas Bowl on Wednesday.
*20.30BST, August 21: This story was updated with David Willey's comment