James Taylor was forced to retire from cricket due to a heart condition two years ago and he now completes a panel headed by national selector Ed Smith.
Former England cricketer James Taylor was forced to retire with immediate effect last month after scans revealed a serious heart condition.
James Taylor worked hard to come back into the England cricket team and was turning out to be a fine cricketer, according to former captain Nasser Hussain
Milind Rege, suffered heart attack at 25, when he played for Mumbai Ranji Trophy team. He, however, continued to play with proper medical attention
James Taylor, who played seven Tests and 27 ODIs, has retired from international cricket at 26 due to a serious heart condition. His last series was against South Africa.
James Taylor made 70 while Nick Compton hit 63 not out as the pair added 125 runs for the fourth wicket.
Chasing a paltry 209 for a win, James Taylor hit an unbeaten 67 as England recovered from 94 for four to beat Pakistan by six wicket. Chris Woakes had earlier picked up four wickets.
The 25-year-old James Taylor top scored with a career best 76 in an innings of 306 which gave England an invaluable 72-run lead over Pakistan's first innings total of 234. However he added just two runs to his overnight score of 74.
James Taylor's maiden Test fifty and his unbroken partnership with Jonny Bairstow put England in the ascendancy on day two of the third Test in Sharjah.
James Taylor has played two Tests for England -- both against South Africa at home in 2012.
England skipper Eoin Morgan has praised the efforts of James Taylor, Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali as they thumped Australia by 93 runs in Manchester.
James Taylor hit 101 to help England beat Australia by 93 runs and cut the tourists' lead to 2-1 with two to play.
James Taylor fell for 49 in Southampton on Thursday, his exit sparking the end of England's hopes of chasing down a target of 306 in a match Australia eventually won by 59 runs to go 1-0 up in the five-match series ahead of Saturday's encounter at Lord's.
After their underwhelming performance at the World Cup, when they lost their four games against Test nations and failed to reach the knockout stage, the England selectors have rung the changes with no fewer than six players in line to make their one-day international debut, five of whom have never represented England in any format.
Nottinghamshire batsman James Taylor will lead in absence of regular captain Eoin Morgan, who is in India for cash-rich Indian Premier League.
Following Australia's 111-run win over England in the Group A World Cup clash at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday, the Playing Control Team (PCT) reviewed the final ball of the game which resulted in James Anderson being given run out controversially.
Live cricket score and ball-by-ball commentary from the 2nd World Cup match between Australia and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne on Saturday.
James Taylor, who came in at No. 3, put on a 125-run stand for the sixth wicket with Jos Buttler, marking a great turn-around for the English team ahead of the upcoming World Cup, starting on February 14.