England's selectors have included veteran fast bowler Darren Gough in a 30-man provisional squad for this year's ICC Champions Trophy in India although there was no place for new spin sensation Monty Panesar.
The squad released on Thursday includes five players uncapped at one-day international level -- Ravi Bopara, Stuart Broad, Mal Loye, Graham Onions and Michael Yardy -- but some are likely to miss out when the travelling squad is cut to 14.
Gough, who will be 36 by the time of the October/November tournament, has not featured in an England one-day squad since last year's series against Australia.
Panesar has taken 16 wickets in the first three Tests of the current series against Pakistan but has been overlooked in favour of long-serving spinner Ashley Giles, presently injured.
Provisional squad: 1. James Anderson (Lancashire) 2. Ian Bell (Warwickshire) 3. Ian Blackwell (Somerset) 4. Ravi Bopara (Essex) 5. Tim Bresnan (Yorkshire) 6. Stuart Broad (Leicestershire) 7. Andrew Flintoff (Lancashire) 8. Glen Chapple (Lancashire) 9. Rikki Clarke (Surrey) 10. Paul Collingwood (Durham) 11. Alastair Cook (Essex) 12. James Dalrymple (Middlesex) 13. Ashley Giles (Warwickshire) 14. Darren Gough (Essex) 15. Stephen Harmison (Durham) 16. Matthew Hoggard (Yorkshire) 17. Geraint Jones (Kent) 18. Ed Joyce (Middlesex) 19. Jon Lewis (Gloucestershire) 20. Alex Loudon (Warwickshire) 21. Mal Loye (Lancashire) 22. Sajid Mahmood (Lancashire) 23. Graham Onions (Durham) 24. Kevin Pietersen (Hampshire) 25. Liam Plunkett (Durham) 26. Chris Read (Nottinghamshire) 27. Vikram Solanki (Worcestershire) 28. Andrew Strauss (Middlesex) 29. Marcus Trescothick (Somerset) 30. Michael Yardy (Sussex).