NOTTINGHAMSHIRE batsman Ben Duckett will return to England Lions duty early next year for the first time since being given a final written warning for his conduct in Australia.

Duckett earned the ire of the England management by pouring a beer over James Anderson's head in a Perth bar last December, with the left-hander also fined and suspended from playing for the Lions in Australia.

The incident led to the 24-year-old being omitted from the party that toured the West Indies earlier this year but he has been named in the squads for five 50-over fixtures and two unofficial Tests against India A.

Tom Kohler-Cadmore, who played for Cleckheaton in the Bradford Premier League last season, is in the squad, having played for the Lions against Pakistan A in Abu Dhabi recently.

The Lions will play all of their limited-overs matches in the southern city of Thiruvananthapuram from January 23-31 before travelling north to Wayanad for two four-day games in early February.

Duckett's county team-mates Matthew Carter and Zak Chappell have been given their first Lions call-ups, the former only for the white-ball part of the tour.

Lancashire's Tom Bailey has also been recognised by the Lions for the first time, with the seamer included in the red-ball set-up.

England Lions 50-over squad: D Bess (Somerset), S Billings (Kent), D Briggs (Sussex), M Carter (Nottinghamshire), Z Chappell (Nottinghamshire), J Clarke (Nottinghamshire), A Davies (Lancashire), B Duckett (Nottinghamshire), L Gregory (Somerset), S Hain (Warwickshire), T Kohler-Cadmore (Yorkshire), S Mahmood (Lancashire), J Overton (Somerset), O Pope (Surrey), J Porter (Essex).

England Lions A Test squad: T Bailey (Lancashire), D Bess (Somerset), S Billings (Kent), D Briggs (Sussex), Z Chappell (Nottinghamshire), J Clarke (Nottinghamshire), B Duckett (Nottinghamshire), L Gregory (Somerset), S Hain (Warwickshire), M Holden (Middlesex), T Kohler-Cadmore (Yorkshire), J Overton (Somerset), O Pope (Surrey), J Porter (Essex), A Virdi (Surrey).