LIAM Dawson has missed out on inclusion in England's 13-man squad for next week's historic day-night Test against West Indies, with Hampshire teammate Mason Crane included.

Calne's Dawson, who featured in the opening two matches of the recent four-match Test series against South Africa, has been overlooked, with leg-spinner Crane a surprise inclusion after an indifferent season with Hampshire, although the 20-year-old made a positive impression in England's Twenty20 series against South Africa in June.

England named Mark Stoneman as Alastair Cook's latest opening partner, replacing the misfiring Keaton Jennings and becoming the 12th batsman since Andrew Strauss retired five years ago to get a chance to stake his claim at the top of the order alongside Cook.

National selector James Whitaker said: "Selectors would like to offer their congratulations to Mark Stoneman and Mason Crane who thoroughly deserve their opportunity in the squad."

Dawid Malan, who, like Jennings, struggled against the Proteas after coming in for Dawson, and Tom Westley have been retained, meaning dynamic in-form batsman Alex Hales misses out, while there is a recall for Chris Woakes following the seamer's recovery from injury.

Woakes was sidelined for all four South Africa Tests after suffering a side strain in England's opening Champions Trophy encounter against Bangladesh on June 1.

He made his return for Warwickshire in the Specsavers County Championship this week and could be in a straight fight with Toby Roland-Jones for a bowling spot alongside frontline pair James Anderson and Stuart Broad.