Age 36, left-handed batsman
Veteran middle-order batsman who made his Glamorgan debut in 1991.
Toured Bangladesh and India with the England A side in 1994-95 and moved to Warwickshire in 1997, before returning to Glamorgan in 2002.
Opted to play for Bermuda, the country of his birth, and made a second-ball duck on his debut in November, before notching 55 against Canada.
Age 35, slow left-arm
Fair to assume he will be the largest man in the tournament, 20-stone Leverock is a left-arm spinner who is built more like a bouncer than a bowler.
His formidable frame will not be suited to saving quick singles but he took 2-9 from eight overs against Canada last August.
He then opened the bowling against Kenya in November and recorded the first five-wicket haul of his career.
The policeman, nicknamed 'Sluggo', proved an arresting sight when his two wickets in a World Cup warm-up against England included the notable scalp of Kevin Pietersen.
Age 34, right-handed batsman, off-break bowler
Powerful, stockily-built all-rounder who hit 62 against Zimbabwe in the Tri-Series in the West Indies last year.
Captured two wickets in an over against the same opposition in that series with his gentle off-spinners.
Captaining the side against Canada, he struck five sixes and 13 fours in his maiden one-day international century.