Test captain Joe Root has not been named in England's T20 squad to face Australia, while Jason Roy remains sidelined for now.
Jason Roy will miss the upcoming Twenty20s against Pakistan, but Eoin Morgan expects the opener to be fit to face Australia.
England batsman Jason Roy was one of the heroes of their triumphant Cricket World Cup campaign but was dropped during a torrid Ashes series.
Jason Roy feels like a "pawn in the sporting world" waiting for instructions over when he can resume his career.
The Hundred being a postponed is a blow to the ECB but Jason Roy can understand the thinking behind the decision.
England have dropped out-of-form Jason Roy for the final Ashes Test, but Joe Root has no doubt the batsman can force his way back in.
England have dropped Jason Roy for the final Ashes Test, with Sam Curran coming in alongside Chris Woakes, who has replaced Craig Overton.
Despite seeing their hopes of winning the Ashes end at Old Trafford, England have opted not to make changes to their squad for the Oval.
England's struggles against Australia in the Ashes must lead to a reshuffle in the Test side, especially at the top of the order.
Australia were closing in on a win that would ensure they kept the Ashes thanks to Pat Cummins, with Ben Stokes out cheaply.