England’s five-match T20 series against the West Indies gets underway on Saturday and is a mouthwatering proposition, not least because it will give fans the chance to see some of the players knocking on the door in action.

The absences of some of our big names stars due to the Ashes – such as Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, Dawid Malan, Chris Woakes, and Mark Wood – means Eoin Morgan leads a squad that includes names that some supporters may not recognise.

Three players could be set to feature for England for the first time in any format and we’ve highlighted those potential debutants here…

Harry Brook (Yorkshire) 

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One of the stars of the T20 Blast in recent years and The Hundred’s inaugural season, explosive Yorkshire batter Harry Brook was a late addition to the squad after Sam Billings’ Ashes call up.

Both Brook and Billings are now part of the squad, and the former will be hoping that he gets a chance to impress over the next week or so.

The 22-year-old looks like a player with a really bright future but is already catching the eye around the world – having earned contracts in a number of franchise tournaments – and you wouldn’t write off him announcing himself on the international stage in style.

George Garton (Sussex) 

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Despite being named in England squads in multiple formats already, 24-year-old George Garton is yet to earn his first cap.

With the likes of Woakes and Wood absent, this could well be the moment for Garton, who is a left-arm seamer and more than useful with bat in hand.

The Sussex allrounder helped the Southern Brave claim with the inaugural season of The Hundred and was plying his trade for the Adelaide Strikers in the BBL in December, so he should be ready to go.

David Payne (Gloucestershire)

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The eldest and most experienced of the three players on this list, David Payne was part of the ODI squad against Pakistan last summer but never got his chance.

The tall left-arm seamer is determined to ensure that if his opportunity comes over the next week or so, he grabs onto it with both hands.

Payne feels that a strong performance could put him on England’s radar in all formats and perhaps be the first step on the way to a World Cup squad.

You’ve got to love the 30-year-old’s enthusiasm but he offers a lot more than that and has regularly come up big in big moments for Gloucestershire.

Don’t rule out him doing the same against the West Indies!

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