Age 30, right-handed batsman, right-arm seamer
Powerful Zimbabwe-born all-rounder who hit 80 from 85 balls against Pakistan when made captain on his one-day international debut.
He played a pivotal role in the European Cricket Championship victory over the Netherlands, taking 3-18 and adding 47 from 43 balls with a six and six fours.
Suffered a fractured cheekbone when he top-edged an attempted hook in Bangladesh last December but proved his fitness with a century in a warm-up match against a United Arab Emirates Development XI.
Age 37, right-arm seamer, right-handed batsman
Venerable county stalwart with Warwickshire who made his international debut for England in the Champions Trophy.
Played nine ODIs for the 'Auld Enemy,' twice taking two wickets against the West Indies.
A steady performer with the new ball for the Scots, he had a fine match as Scotland lifted the ICC competition in 2005, with two sixes in his 59 plus 1-33 in the final against Ireland.
Age 32, left-handed batsman, right-arm seamer
Another experienced county player with previous international experience with England, Hamilton played in one Test for England in South Africa, bagging a pair and taking 0-63 in an innings defeat.
But in the 1999 World Cup a year earlier, the Lothian born all-rounder fired successive half-centuries, firing three sixes in his 76 against Pakistan, when he also captured 2-36.
Spent a decade with Yorkshire before moving to Durham in 2004, ended his professional career in 2005 after repeatedly struggling with a bowling form of the yips, but persevered as a batsman with Scotland and scored 59 in the ICC Trophy semi-final victory over Bermuda.