The Irish cricketers have been given a huge boost ahead of their historic ODI clashes with England next month.
Kevin O'Brien and Paul Stirling have recovered from injury just in the nick of time for the two ODIs at Bristol and Lord's on May 5 and 7 respectively.
O'Brien, who famously scored the fastest century in World Cup history against England in 2011, has recovered from a hamstring injury that saw him miss three of the five ODI's against Afghanistan last month.
Stirling picked up a finger injury during the ICC InterContinental Cup game against Afghanistan at the end of the same tour.
Unfortunately both Boyd Rankin and Jacob Mulder will miss the games with back problems.
Ireland head coach John Bracewell is keen to highlight the significance of playing these two matches.
"The opportunity to play England in England and in particular at Lord's is not only historic, but a great tribute to Irish cricket and its journey.
"The 14 selected give us the best balance available to take on England in early May. The conditions will be as different as they could be from those we experienced against Afghanistan in India - as will the composition of the two bowling attacks, with pace being key."
The match at Bristol is a return to his former stomping ground, where he won six trophies in two spells as coach over 10 years.
"For me it will be great to return to my old county in Bristol, to a city and team I hold great memories for and people I like very much.
O'Brien and Irish skipper William Porterfield have both played for Gloucestershire too.
Porterfield hopes that there will be a sizeable support for the Boys In Green at both venues, with English-based Irish fans turning out in force.
"I've no doubt there will be a massive support at both venues given both the number of Irish around Bristol and in London, never mind the amount of people travelling over.
"I've happy memories of my time at Gloucestershire who gave me my break in county cricket and I'll always be grateful to them for that.
"There's no doubt that the games against England will be tough but we've got some hard cricket under our belts this past few months and that will stand us in good stead for the challenges that await.
"We're all determined to do well, and while we'll certainly respect England, there's absolutely no fear factor there.
"It helps that there are seven survivors from our World Cup win against them, so it shows just how much experience there is in the camp, as well as a number of younger players who have the hunger to make history again."
Porterfield admits the experience of leading an Irish side out at Lord's will "be a bit special" and says that it'll be a marvellous place to showcase the very best of Irish cricket.
"It'll be a great honour and a special day for all in Irish cricket. I smile when I think that both myself and Eoin (Morgan) played for Ireland Under 13's together and here we will be captaining both sides in a one-day international at Lord's.
"It shows just how far Irish cricket has come in a short space of time, but we still have more to travel and offer. Hopefully it won't be too long until we play a Test match at Lord's."
IRELAND SQUAD FOR ENGLAND ODI SERIES
William Porterfield (Captain) (Warwickshire), Andrew Balbirnie (Pembroke/Leinster Lightning), Peter Chase (Malahide/Leinster Lightning), George Dockrell (Leinster/Leinster Lightning), Ed Joyce (Sussex/Leinster Lightning), Tim Murtagh (Middlesex), Andrew McBrine (Donemana/NW Warriors), Barry McCarthy (Durham/Leinster Lightning), Kevin O’Brien (Railway Union/Leinster Lightning), Niall O’Brien (NW Warriors), Paul Stirling (Middlesex), Stuart Thompson (Eglinton/NW Warriors), Gary Wilson (Derbyshire/Northern Knights), Craig Young (Bready/NW Warriors).