Kyle Coetzer will lead out Scotland against England after Grant Bradburn confirmed his 15-man squad for Sunday's one-day international at the Grange.

Bradburn has chosen a group largely similar to the one which travelled to Zimbabwe for the ICC World Cup qualifiers.

Coetzer will again captain the team alongside deputy Richie Berrington, while the in-form Dylan Budge and former skipper Preston Mommsen are also included.

The bowling attack again looks a strong facet of the squad with Brad Wheal, Safyaan Sharif, Alasdair Evans and Stuart Whittingham available.

Northamptonshire's Tom Sole – son of former Scotland rugby captain David – is the unfortunate absentee as he misses out after suffering a broken ankle playing for his club.

Head coach Bradburn said: "This has been our toughest squad to select to date, in terms of having so many players knocking on the door with strong performances.

"Quality players have missed selection and are gutted not to feature this time, which is a strong sign of the depth that is evident now."

Scotland squad to face England: Kyle Coetzer (captain), Richie Berrington (vice-captain), Dylan Budge, Matthew Cross, Alasdair Evans, Michael Jones, Michael Leask, Calum MacLeod, Preston Mommsen, George Munsey, Safyaan Sharif, Chris Sole, Mark Watt, Brad Wheal, Stuart Whittingham.

England captain Joe Root, meanwhile, is set to play for Yorkshire in the second of their Royal London Cup matches this week before rejoining England for their ODI in Edinburgh.

Root is one of several players made available to their counties by England as the domestic 50-over competition reaches its final qualifying stage.

He will miss Tuesday's showpiece Roses match at Old Trafford – a fixture which would have clashed with the final day of the second NatWest Test, had England not wrapped up victory over Pakistan early.

But Root is free to face Northamptonshire at Headingley on Thursday, when Yorkshire may still have a chance of qualifying for the knockout stages, before heading further north for Sunday's one-off ODI.

Jos Buttler, meanwhile, has proved to himself he belongs in Test cricket and thanked England for the faith they showed by recalling him to face Pakistan.

Buttler, who spent almost 18 months out of the team between his 18th and 19th caps, was man of the match for his unbeaten 80 as England won by an innings inside three days at Headingley to draw the NatWest Series 1-1.

The 27-year-old, England's white-ball wicketkeeper with 170 caps to his name in the shorter formats, is a world-renowned talent in 50 and 20-over cricket.

But after averaging little more than 30 in Tests up to December 2016, he acknowledges he was a "wildcard" inclusion by new national selector Ed Smith to bat at number seven.

Asked if he has proved to himself he can do that job, Buttler said: "I think so.

"Over the last couple of years I've had some great experiences all round the world in different competitions, and that's really helped."

Buttler's Test return followed a brilliant streak of form opening the batting for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League - in which he hit five consecutive half-centuries, culminating in two unbeaten 90s.

He said: "Coming into this series with someone putting so much faith in me as a real wildcard pick gave me a hell of a lot of confidence ... for someone to say 'I'm backing you, you're good enough'.

"I arrived confident, having had a great few weeks in India, so I felt in a really good place and wanted to continue that and wanted to play the situations in front of me."