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Yorkshire are without injured seam bowlers Matthew Hoggard and Deon Kruis for the Roses match against Lancashire at Headingley Carnegie.
Hoggard remains sidelined by a back injury, while Kruis is still not ready to return after suffering a side strain during last month's draw against Surrey.
Fast bowler Ajmal Shahzad is included at leg-spinner Mark Lawson's expense in the only change to the side that drew with Kent last time out.
Yorkshire are currently second in Division One, three points behind Sussex.
Australian batsman Brad Hodge makes his final Championship appearance of the season for Lancashire before returning home.
Mal Loye misses out due to a back injury and will be replaced by either Paul Horton or Steven Croft, who are both included in a 12-man squad.
Also named in the squad is all-rounder Andrew Flintoff as he continues his comeback from ankle surgery.
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