Ben Stokes and Mark Wood have been recalled to the England T20 squad for the one-off international against Pakistan at Old Trafford on 7 September.
The Durham pair missed the win over Sri Lanka in July with respectively knee and ankle injuries but are included in the 14-man roster after proving their fitness during the one-day series.
Hampshire duo James Vince and Liam Dawson are both dropped, as is Jonny Bairstow who has had a watching brief during the three 50-over wins over the tourists. Middlesex's Dawid Malan meanwhile misses out having failed to make his debut during the eight-wicket win at the Ageas Bowl last month.
England take on Pakistan in just their second T20 international since the World Cup final defeat to the West Indies and have warmed up for the fixture by clinching the five-match ODI series with two games to go. Alex Hales' record 171 helped England make a world record 444 for 3 in a huge win at Trent Bridge on Wednesday, as they took an unassailable 3-0 lead.
"It is excellent to see the progress we are making in white ball cricket across both formats," said national selector James Whitaker. "The T20 international against Pakistan will give the squad another opportunity to measure their development.
"The squad has an exciting feel with exceptional talent throughout. We are delighted to welcome back Ben Stokes and Mark Wood into the squad. Both are world-class players and are an important part of our long-term plans to become the best side in the world.
"It is testament to the excellent work being nurtured in the county structure and through the England Lions, that there is a depth of quality pushing the nucleus of the current group. On behalf of the selectors, I would like to wish Eoin Morgan and Trevor Bayliss all the very best for what I'm sure will be a very competitive and entertaining match in Manchester."