YORK City Knights winger Ben Jones-Bishop is in line to earn another cap for Jamaica after being named in their 21-man squad to face England Knights on Friday evening (7.45pm).

Jones-Bishop had been hoping to feature for Jamaica in the World Cup this year, but the tournament has been postponed until next year amid fears of coronavirus safety measures by the sport's giants Australia and New Zealand.

Jamaica will become the first Caribbean nation to feature in the World Cup in 2022.

The winger returns to the international fold on Friday at Castleford's Mend-A-Hose Jungle as part of a series of autumn internationals across the sport.

The clash with England Knights will also serve as a testimonial to Castleford star Jordan Turner, who racked up over 350 career appearances this year.

Jones-Bishop, who currently has three Jamaica caps to his name, comes into the game on the back of a solid maiden season with York, where he scored eight tries in 19 matches for James Ford's side.

The former Leeds Rhinos, Salford Red Devils and Wakefield Trinity back could also line up alongside his brother Aaron Jones-Bishop, of Hunslet RLFC, who has also been named in the squad.

After the clash with England Knights, Jamaica will travel to Featherstone Rovers' Millennium Stadium to face Scotland on Sunday, October 24.

Jamaica's 21-man squad: Greg Johnson, Jordan Turner, Jon Magrin, Keenen Tomlinson, Danny Bravo, Ross Peltier, James Woodburn-Hall, Ashton Golding, Michael Lawrence, Aaron Jones-Bishop, Jordan Andrade, Jy-Mel Coleman, Mo Agoro, Jacob Ogden, Abevia McDonald, Izaac Farrell, Joel Farrell, Joe Brown, Ben Jones-Bishop, Christopher Ball and Kadeem Williams.