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Bairstow to miss one-dayers
Jonny Bairstow will miss England's one-day tour of India next month due to a family illness.
The wicketkeeper-batsman left India before the final Twenty20 fixture before Christmas for the same reason and his compassionate leave has now been extended to cover the five-match series in January.
Bairstow, 23, has been replaced in the squad by fellow Yorkshireman Joe Root.
His absence changes the make-up of the England squad somewhat due to his status as back-up wicketkeeper.
Somerset's Jos Buttler, who took the gloves in the second Twenty20 in Mumbai, will now be the secondary stumper to county team-mate Craig Kieswetter.
Root , meanwhile, has been handed an early present ahead of his 22nd birthday on Sunday.
He has yet to play a 50-over match for his country but impressed on his Test bow in Nagpur earlier this month, scoring 73 and and 20 not out to help close out a series win.
Bairstow is the third player to be withdrawn from the original touring party, joining rested duo James Anderson and Jonathan Trott.