England on Wednesday announced their playing XI for the all-important third Ashes Test against Australia, starting at Headingley in Leeds on Thursday.
Ollie Pope was on Tuesday ruled out of the remainder of the Ashes series after dislocating his right shoulder during the second Test.
Ollie Pope, who has had two serious shoulder injuries in the past, landed heavily at mid-on which worsened the injury.
Ollie Pope didn't have an answer for Pat Cummins' perfectly-pitched yorker.
England on Wednesday named a strong XI for the first Test of the highly-anticipated Ashes series against Australia at Edgbaston in Birmingham
Pope's 205 and Duckett's 182 were the cornerstones of England's imposing 524-4 declared on the second day of four, a lead of 331 runs.
England's Ollie Pope took a sensational catch to dismiss New Zealand all-rounder Daryl Mitchell on Day 2 of the second Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Saturday
NZ vs ENG, 1st Test Highlights: Stuart Broad razed New Zealand's top order with a destructive opening spell on Saturday to put England on the verge of winning the first Test at Mount Maunganui.
Four English batsmen scored centuries as the tourists cantered to 506-4 at the close of play. The previous record for runs on the first day was the 494 Australia accumulated against South Africa in Sydney in 1910.
ENG vs SA: Ollie Robinson returned his best England figures before South Africa hit back in the third and deciding Test at the Oval on Saturday