Commonwealth gold-winning shooter Helen Housby is absent from the 14-strong squad named by England head coach Jess Thirlby for January's Nations Cup.
Natalie Haythornthwaite will captain the side as Serena Guthrie takes a break from international netball.
Manchester Thunder mid-courter Amy Carter, 21, has been given her first England call-up.
England host New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa at the inaugural tournament, which starts on 19 January.
"There's a real blend of talent and experience amongst this squad," said Thirlby.
"It will be a fantastic opportunity to expose many of the newer faces to three of the top five world ranked teams, whilst doing so at an almost sold-out home series which will be pretty unforgettable."
It will be the first time the Roses - who won Commonwealth gold in 2018 - have played in England since July's World Cup in Liverpool, where they finished third.
Head coach Tracey Neville stepped down after the competition, with new coach Thirlby leading England to a series win in South Africa earlier this month.
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