Sussex seamer George Garton is part of a 14-man squad for their home matches against Glamorgan tonight and Gloucestershire on Friday, despite being called up to England’s ODI-squad.

However, Chris Jordan is unavailable for the fixtures after joining up with England’s squad for this week’s T20 series against Sri Lanka.

Henry Crocombe returns to the Sharks’ squad in his place.

Washouts against Surrey at The Oval last Thursday and at home against Somerset on Friday ended Sussex’s 100% record in the tournament to date, but the team are still well-placed in second in the South Group with eight points from their five games so far.

Will Beer, who is Sussex’s leading wicket-taker of all time in T20, took his 100th wicket in the format in their game against Surrey on Thursday, which was cut short during to the rain.

But the 32-year-old was proud to go down in the history books as the first player to take 100 wickets in T20’s for Sussex.

He said: “I’m very chuffed.

“It feels like such a long time ago that I took the first one 14 years ago.

“So to get to 100 and be the first Sussex player to do it is something I am very proud of. Hopefully there’s a few more to come!”

Beer highlighted how impressive the depth of the squad.

He said: “We’re losing Chris Jordan to England this week, but it gives someone else in the squad the opportunity to come in and fill his boots.

“It’s great that all through the squad – and even down to the Academy in Archies’s case! – people are coming in, stepping up and putting in performances to win games. Hopefully, we can keep doing that and keep winning games.”

Sussex: Luke Wright (C), Beer, Ravi Bopara, Oli Carter, Henry Crocombe, George Garton, Travis Head, Archie Lenham, Tymal Mills, Delray Rawlins, Ollie Robinson, Phil Salt, Aaron Thomason, David Wiese.

Glamorgan: Chris Cooke (C), Kiran Carlson,Tom Cullen, Dan Douthwaite, Colin Ingram, Marnus Labuschagne, David Lloyd, Michael Neser , Nick Selman, Prem Sisodiya, Callum Taylor, Timm Van Der Gugten, Roman Walker, James Weighell.