England will take their strongest available squad to Australia for the 2021-22 Ashes Test series.
Joe Root will captain the side, with wicketkeeper Jos Buttler vice-captain for the five-match series which begins in Brisbane on 8 December.
All 17 players have been capped at Test level.
“I am delighted that all of our available players have committed to the tour,” said England head coach Chris Silverwood.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) had only announced on Friday that the tour would go ahead following player concerns over Covid protocols.
Rory Burns, Dawid Malan, Haseeb Hameed and Zak Crawley join Root as the frontline batters.
James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood, Craig Overton and Ollie Robinson are among England’s pace bowling options with Jack Leach and Dom Bess the spin options.
Dan Lawrence, who can also bowl spin, will contest a spot in the middle order alongside Ollie Pope, Buttler and all-rounder Chris Woakes.
Fellow all-rounder Ben Stokes is not included as he recovers from surgery on an index finger having taken an indefinite break from cricket in July to protect his mental health.
Fast bowlers Jofra Archer and Olly Stone are also absent as they recover from elbow and back injuries respectively along with left-arm seamer Sam Curran, while all-rounder Moeen Ali recently retired from Test cricket.
Broad, who will be on a fourth Ashes tour, is still recovering from a torn right calf but “making excellent progress”, the ECB said.
The players will be shadowed by a yet-to-be-selected England Lions squad who will provide cover for the two months during the tour.
Both squads will head to Australia on 4 November, while players on Twenty20 World Cup duty in the United Arab Emirates, will join the tour after their tournament commitments.
England are looking to regain the Ashes after Australia retained them in England following a 2-2 draw in 2019.
England squad for Ashes tour of Australia
Joe Root (Yorkshire) captain, James Anderson (Lancashire), Jonathan Bairstow (Yorkshire), Dom Bess (Yorkshire), Stuart Broad (Nottinghamshire), Rory Burns (Surrey), Jos Buttler (Lancashire) wk, Zak Crawley (Kent), Haseeb Hameed (Nottinghamshire), Dan Lawrence (Essex), Jack Leach (Somerset), Dawid Malan (Yorkshire), Craig Overton (Somerset), Ollie Pope (Surrey), Ollie Robinson (Sussex), Chris Woakes (Warwickshire), Mark Wood (Durham).
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