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Jamie Dalrymple and Eoin Morgan are back in Middlesex's County Championship squad for their Division Two match against Northamptonshire at Wantage Road.
The pair were both omitted from Middlesex's innings victory over Glamorgan in their last four-day outing last week.
Dalrymple and Morgan both starred in the county's Pro40 League victory over Surrey as they scored 54 and 96 respectively in the win.
The duo's inclusion in the 12-man squad are the only changes for Middlesex, with youngster Billy Godleman not playing as he is with England's under-19s.
England opener Andrew Strauss is rested after only completing the third Test against India on Monday, but he is available for the rest of the season as he is not involved in the one-day series.
Opener Chris Rogers will makes his final appearance for Northamptonshire before he leaves on international duty.
The 29-year-old is a member of the Australia A squad who will tour Pakistan
next month and he will fly out to join their training camp after playing at Wantage Road.
Lancashire loan signing Iain Sutcliffe is out of the match because of a slight calf strain, so Mark Nelson comes into contention.
David Wigley is also named in a 12-man squad, but England spinner Monty Panesar is unavailable after completing the third Test against India.
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