England spinner Sophie Ecclestone on Friday made a comeback to the side for the tour of India next month after undergoing a shoulder surgery.
Ecclestone had dislocated her right shoulder during the Women’s Hundred in August and went under the knife in September.
England plays three T20Is and a one-off Test against India starting December 6.
“She’s the No. 1 bowler in the world across both white-ball formats, she’s an obvious standout talent in women’s cricket,” England coach Jon Lewis said.
“She’s a really good competitor, she loves winning. So she’s great to have around our side. For the girls to practice against a bowler like that, and for Charlie Dean and Sarah Glenn to pick her brains, and Alice Capsey as well, will be invaluable.”
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