England captain Eoin Morgan has been ruled out of Wednesday's third ODI with the Netherlands due to a groin injury.
Morgan has struggled for form during the three-match series, which England lead 2-0 after dominant displays in the first two outings.
While the likes of Phil Salt, Jos Buttler and Dawid Malan have delivered in Amstelveen, Morgan has not scored a run across the two games.
He went for a golden duck in the first ODI – the first time that has happened in the format since September 2017 – and scored another zero last time out.
Indeed, Morgan has passed 50 just once in his last eight ODI innings since scoring 106 against Ireland in February 2020, raising questions over his future as ODI skipper.
The 35-year-old has been nursing a groin issue, having previously struggled with back and knee problems, and missed a training session at the VRA Cricket Ground on Tuesday.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) confirmed ahead of the third ODI that Morgan would play no part for "precautionary" reasons.
Jos Buttler will therefore captain England on his 101st ODI appearance as they look to complete a clean sweep.
England have won their last seven ODIs – not since between January and May 2017 have they enjoyed a longer run (eight) – while the Netherlands have lost 11 in a row.