Chris Woakes to miss Scotland ODI and be assessed for Australia series
Last Updated: 09/06/18 10:50pm
England all-rounder Chris Woakes has been ruled out of Sunday's one-day international against Scotland.
The Warwickshire man has tightness in his right quad and has been replaced in the squad by Tom Curran of Surrey.
Woakes will be assessed this week to determine if he will be fit for the five-match ODI series against Australia, which gets underway on June 13.
He took four wickets in the thumping innings win over Pakistan which England wrapped up on Sunday, but only bowled six overs in the second innings and left the field at one point due to the thigh problem.
All-rounder Ben Stokes had already been ruled out of the game against Scotland in Edinburgh due to a hamstring tear and will miss out on at least the start of the Australia series.
England's win over Pakistan at Headingley ensured the series finished level at 1-1 and they now turn their attention to the 50-over format ahead of next summer's World Cup.
Curran has eight ODI caps to his name and was part of the team which won England's last series in New Zealand three months ago.
He was not chosen initially to face either Scotland or Australia, however, following Liam Plunkett's return to fitness.