Stokes Is Replaced by Finn in England's Ashes Squad; Bairstow, Ball and Plunkett Fined for Night out during West Indies One-Dayers

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Stokes Is Replaced by Finn in England's Ashes Squad; Bairstow, Ball and Plunkett Fined for Night out during West Indies One-Dayers


Byline: Chris Stocks

STEVEN FINN was today added to England's squad for this winter's Ashes series after confirmation that Ben Stokes will not travel with the team for the start of the tour later this month.

The ECB has granted Stokes a central contract for the next year but at this stage the all-rounder will not travel to Australia, with any hope he will be involved in the Ashes all but over and only a slim hope he might still be available for the one-day series that follows in January.

Stokes was last week made unavailable for selection pending the results of an internal ECB disciplinary probe into the circumstances surrounding his late-night arrest in Bristol last month on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm.

The 26-year-old is still under police investigation and it is understood there is unlikely to be any update on the progress of that until the middle of next week at the earliest.

Given the circumstances, the ECB felt it best to pull Stokes out of the Ashes for now to allow the rest of the squad to concentrate on cricket ahead of their departure for Australia on October 28.

Stokes was out with several other England players following the third one-day international against West Indies in Bristol on September 24.

Those included Alex Hales, who is also suspended indefinitely for his part in the incident that led to his team-mate's arrest. …

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