- Ollie Pope is expected to play depending on his recovery from his Ashes injury
- Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett will also be part of the yet-to-be finalized squad
- England have had a miserable World Cup season, with just one win in six
England plan to take their Test top three to the Caribbean later this month as they look to rebuild their one-day cricket after a disastrous World Cup.
Ollie Pope, who is yet uncapped in the limited-overs internationals, is expected to fit into the squad to take on the West Indies alongside Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett.
England vice-captain Pope, 25, has not played since undergoing surgery on the right shoulder he dislocated during the second Ashes Test at Lord’s in June, but if the good progress he has made in his recovery will continue in the coming lasts for two weeks, he will be in a The traveling party will likely also include his Surrey teammate Reece Topley after the finger fracture he suffered in India last month.
The selectors have yet to pick the squads for three one-day internationals and five Twenty20s, but the likes of Crawley and Duckett were given strong indications during the series against Ireland in September that they would be involved against the Windies in a way World Cup players would not be. considered.
England vice-captain Ollie Pope will feature in the match against West Indies, fitness permitting
Pope had to undergo surgery to repair his dislocated right shoulder after an injury to Lord cut short his Ashes campaign
Zak Crawley was given a strong indication that he would be involved if England played Ireland
However, the bowlers who have been used sparingly or not at all so far in a disastrous 50-over campaign on the subcontinent, such as Gus Atkinson and Brydon Carse, will be involved along with Ashes participant Josh Tongue.
Carse and Tongue are also selected to go on the Test tour to India in the new year.
Other notables as England look to recruit new staff at the start of a new four-year cycle including two Twenty20 World Cups and a Champions Trophy event include Will Jacks, the one shock omission from the recent handout of 29 central contracts, and teenager Rehan Ahmed.
Although not considered fit enough to play cover at the World Cup, Barbados-raised Jofra Archer is expected to continue his rehabilitation from an elbow problem during the tour.
Ben Duckett is also expected to leave as England look to rebuild after the World Cup disaster
England have had a dismal World Cup season, winning one and losing five games
Jofra Archer is expected to continue his rehabilitation from an elbow problem during the tour