Sussex speedster Ollie Robinson has been summoned to the bio-secure bubble at the Ageas Bowl at Southampton by the England national team ahead of their 2nd Test against Pakistan.
The 26-year-old speedster had to be withdrawn from the Sussex squad for their Bob Willis Trophy fixture against Kent at Canterbury. He has been included as part of a closed door training group ahead of the second Test.
England have played a four-pronged pace attack, including James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Jofra Archer and Chris Woakes, in the ongoing Test at Old Trafford. A similar line-up was in place for the third Test against West Indies last month. Given the rotation policy that England have followed since the resumption of cricket, some of the pacers in the team currently could be rested for their next encounter.
Robinson, who has picked 244 wickets in 57 first-class games, has previously been a part of the England Test squad, most recently in the Test series against West Indies, but is yet to make his international debut.