England’s all-time leading wicket taker James Anderson will be the team’s vice-captain for the Ashes series against Australia in the absence of Ben Stokes.
Stokes is awaiting the outcome of a police investigation into a fight outside a nightclub in September.
Anderson, 35, who has 506 Test wickets, is the preferred understudy to captain Joe Root ahead of fellow bowler Stuart Broad and ex-skipper Alastair Cook.
Meanwhile, pace bowler Jake Ball is to have a scan on an injured right ankle.
The 26-year-old added to England’s injury problems by landing heavily on day two of the warm-up game against a Cricket Australia XI.
On Tuesday, England fast bowler Steven Finn left the tour with a knee injury and was replaced by the uncapped Tom Curran.
All-rounder Moeen Ali is missing the four-day floodlit match because of a side injury.
It is the second of England’s three tour games before the opening Test in Brisbane starts on 23 November.