Yorkshire and England all-rounder Craig White, who collapsed in the street in his home town of Scarborough on Tuesday, will have a brain scan next week after continuing to rest over the next few days.

White's illness means he is certain to miss Yorkshire's Championship match against Leicestershire which begins at Headingley next Wednesday and it will obviously be some time now before he can be considered for England again.

Speaking of his collapse, White said: "I was walking down the road when I felt a pain in my chest and the next thing I remember was waking up in the gutter.

"I fell on my chin which has needed stitches and I was unconscious for a time. Unfortunately, I fell right outside a pub and I think some people drew the wrong conclusions as they walked past but eventually I managed to explain who I was.

"I have had heart tests and they have not revealed anything untoward. Basically, I have been told to rest for a week and they then want me back at the hospital for what sounds like a brain scan.

"It is a worry at the moment. To be fine one second and unconscious the next is frightening but I reckon it could have been a lot worse."