WORCESTERSHIRE may be seeing more of the influential Moeen Ali in the future.

The all-rounder, 32, has received a new 12-month ECB men’s central white-ball contract from October 1 but he is not one of the Test match recipients.

Moeen was a member of the England squad who won the 2019 ICC World Cup, playing in five of the group matches.

He has been a regular part of England’s successful white-ball team captained by Eoin Morgan.

The Rapids Vitality Blast captain previously had a contract across all three formats of the game.

Those on white-ball contracts will move from receiving a supplement on top of their County money to having their salaries paid in full by the ECB as per Test contracted players.


Test: Anderson (Lancashire), Archer (Sussex), Bairstow (Yorkshire), Broad (Nottinghamshire), Burns (Surrey), Buttler (Lancashire), Curran (Surrey), Root (Yorkshire), Stokes (Durham), Woakes (Warwickshire); ODI/T20: Moeen (Worcestershire), Archer, Bairstow, Buttler, Denly (Kent), Morgan (Middlesex), Rashid (Yorkshire), Root, Roy (Surrey), Stokes, Woakes, Wood (Durham).