Chris Woakes and Moeen Ali will both miss England's final World Cup group match against Afghanistan after being ruled out of the match in Sydney through injury. All-rounder Woakes has a foot injury while Ali, opener during the tournament, has an abdominal strain, with both players sitting out the game on 13 March.
Ravi Bopara and James Tredwell, who have played no part in the tournament thus far are expected to feature, while Steven Finn could also be recalled as England begin the rebuilding process after their premature exit.
The 15-run defeat to Bangladesh which curtailed England's campaign Down Under has drawn questions over the future of several senior members of the England and Wales Cricket Board management including managing director Paul Downton and coach Peter Moores.
But coach Moores says the entire squad must take responsibility for the failure to reach the quarter-final after one win from their first five group matches.
"You're not going to do a lot of thinking apart from the disappointment you've got for a campaign in which you had a huge ambition to come in and help a team do well for their country, and we haven't done that," he said.
"The messages are clear, the players know what they're trying to do. We haven't always done that and so we've paid the penalty and (gone) out of the tournament. People are going to be very upset, as we're very upset, because we've got a lot of passionate fans out there and they're desperate for us to do well. That makes you feel terrible because you want to do better.
"We've a lot of work to do in one-day cricket, we've not played well enough in this tournament all the way through. That's fundamentally something we'll have to look at. I'm not going to stand here and say we all shouldn't take some responsibility, of course we should. I'm the coach, we have a set of players, and everyone's got to be a man about it and take the responsibility."