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The skipper was previously reprimanded for the same infringement during England's ODI series against West Indies earlier in the year
England's ODI captain Eoin Morgan will miss the the fourth ODI of the Pakistan series at Trent Bridge on Friday due to suspension.
The team's most capped ODI player has received a one-match ban and been fined 40 per cent of his match fee as a result of his side's slow over rate during England's victory over Pakistan at Bristol on Tuesday.
The skipper was previously reprimanded for the same infringement during England's ODI series against West Indies earlier in the year.
The World Cup favourites host Sarfraz Ahmed's team in at Nottingham on Friday before the series moves to Headingley for the fifth and final ODI.
Morgan has suggested that England will chop and change the line-up for the final two games of the series with Mark Wood expected to return to XI at Trent Bridge.
Kent allrounder Joe Denly is another who will be searching for further opportunities to stake his claim with England's World Cup opener against South Africa at The Oval on the horizon.