Alex Hales was dropped from all England's provisional 15-man World Cup squad, after reportedly failing a second test for recreational drugs.
Alex Hales was dropped from all England squads, including the World Cup 2019 team, ahead of the international calendar.
Alex Hales has been removed from all England squads ahead of the international season, including the host nation's preliminary World Cup 2019 team.
Alex Hales could be a valuable member of Eoin Morgan's England side as they attempt to win their first 50-over World Cup.
Ben Stokes and Alex Hales have been fined by the ECB for their part in a fight outside a Bristol nightclub but both have been cleared to play for England.
The independent Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) was tasked with leading an internal disciplinary into last September's incident after Stokes was found not guilty of affray following a trial last month.
Highlights, India vs England 3rd ODI: Virat Kohli top scored with 71 runs for India in the final ODI.
Left-arm wrist spinners such as Kuldeep are rare at all levels of cricket and even more so in the international game.
England have retained David Malan, who did not play at Trent Bridge after being called up as cover for Hales, for the second ODI at the Middlesex batsman's Lord's home ground.
Stokes rejoins England squad in Cardiff on Saturday after coming through an innings of 90 in 68 balls playing for Durham on Thursday.
Alex Hales produced a match winning knock, an unbeaten 58 off 48 balls, against India in the second T20I at Cardiff on Friday.
England will pose India's first real challenge in a long time, starting with the 1st T20 International.
Australia have now suffered back-to-back ODI series defeats against England for the first time in 41 years.
Alex Hales top scored for England with 147 runs off just 92 balls.
Virat Kohli took to Twitter to salute teammate AB de Villiers for a miraculous catch that sent SRH's Alex Hales packing.
Eyeing a playoff berth, SunRisers face a struggling Royal Challengers Bangalore in Hyderabad on Monday.
Yusuf Pathan (27 no off 12 balls) and skipper Kane Williamson (32 no off 30 balls) kept their calm surpassing the 164-run target in 19.5 overs on a tricky surface.