The allrounder is available for selection following the conclusion of his trial. But it's not an easy task making room for him
- How do you fit Ben Stokes back in the England team?
- Ben Stokes found not guilty of affray
- Ben Stokes rejoins England squad after acquittal
- Jury set to consider verdict as Ben Stokes awaits fate
Co-defendant, Ryan Ali, was also found not guilty in wake of incident in Bristol on September 25
Ben Stokes has been added to England's 13-man squad for the third Test against India at Trent Bridge, which gets underway on Saturday, after being found not guilty of affray at Bristol Crown Court.
Regardless of his acquittal, hanging around a nightclub at 2.30am was not the behaviour of an international sportsman
Could it be Chanders?
The jury in the trial of Ben Stokes will retire to consider their verdict on Tuesday morning
Aged 36, fast bowler cements place at the top of the ICC World Rankings with match haul of 9 for 43
Stokes missed the second Test at Lord's this week due to his appearance at Bristol Crown Court, and was omitted from an unchanged 13-man squad for the Trent Bridge Test
The Lord's Test is just the latest in a long line of matches in which players struggled with basic technique and concentration
Ben Stokes' defence draws attention to team-mates' actions outside Mbargo nightclub on September 25
Our latest snippets from the Vitality Blast also include Tom Curran's outburst against Somerset fans, Colin Ingram's weird training technique and Northants' unwanted record
Virat Kohli cedes his top spot one week after gaining it, slipping below the suspended Steven Smith
Ben Stokes' trial resumes at Bristol Crown Court on Monday. ESPNcricinfo gives a run-down on the first week's developments
Most runs, most wickets, and a whole lot more
Schedule of upcoming international games