South Africa have added all-rounder David Wiese to their squad for the first two one-day internationals against England.
Wiese, who featured for South Africa A in their heavy defeat against England in Kimberley on Saturday, was called up with Albie Morkel troubled by back spasms.
The 30-year-old Wiese made his ODI debut against New Zealand last August, taking five wickets in three matches, scoring just 34 runs.
He recorded figures of 2-73 against England at the weekend and made 28 runs.
Marchant de Lange was also added to the Proteas squad on Sunday to add a further pace bowling option.
England have an injury concern over Jason Roy ahead of the first game of the five-match series in Bloemfontein on Wednesday as the opening batsman struggles with a back problem.