Eoin Morgan out of World XI v West Indies with broken finger
England one-day and Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan has withdrawn from the ICC World XI squad with a fractured finger.
Morgan was due to captain the side in a limited-overs charity match against West Indies at Lord's on Thursday.
The 31-year-old chipped a bone in the end of his finger while fielding for Middlesex on Sunday but is expected to be fit for the ODI against Scotland on 10 June.
Ex-Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi will skipper the World XI in his absence.
And Morgan will be replaced in the line-up by England team-mate Sam Billings, with Tymal Mills and Sam Curran both called into the squad.
The 10 June game against Scotland is their opening limited-overs match of the summer and is followed by five ODIs and a T20 against Australia in the space of a fortnight, with the opening fixture at the Kia Oval on 13 June.
England recorded a 4-1 one-day series win over Australia in January and became the world's number one ranked ODI side in May.