Somerset seamer Jamie Overton has replaced injury-victim Liam Plunkett in the England squad for the final two games of the five-match one-day series against New Zealand.
The 21-year-old joins twin-brother Craig Overton in the squad and could make his international debut in either of the remaining matches at Trent Bridge and Chester-le-Street.
Jamie has taken 20 wickets in 12 List A career matches at an average of 27.00 and will compete with Steven Finn, Mark Wood, David Willey as well as Somerset colleague Craig for a starting berth.
Victory by three wickets at the Ageas Bowl gives New Zealand a 2-1 lead going into the final two one-day matches, meaning England must win at Trent Bridge on 17 June to stand any chance of winning the series.
The second straight defeat for Eoin Morgan's team saw England surrender an encouraging position after winning the toss and batting first, as they lost their last five wickets for 14 runs as their new-found expansive approach continued.
Despite losing a flurry of late wickets, the Kiwis reached the target of 303 with an over to spare but Morgan says England will not abandon their aggressive style with bat and ball.
"We could have batted 50 overs, got 250 and I would have been very furious," Morgan told BBC Sport. "I was happy we scored 300 in the manner that we did and want to continue playing with that attacking mindset.
"There's a bigger picture here, we've a lot of young guys. Because we're changing the mindset, it will take longer than one series to do so.
"We'll maintain that through this series and the rest of the summer. We're competing and we've won one game so far, which is a big bonus for us.
"Not batting the overs didn't really bother me. It would have taken something special with the ball to win this game and it was a matter of breaking one crucial partnership."