England boss Andrew Strauss expects Eoin Morgan to captain the one-day side in India despite withdrawing from the Bangladesh tour because of his security fears.
Morgan led England to seven wins from 10 ODI matches this summer but, along with fellow batsman Alex Hales, he will be absent from the Bangladesh trip in October.
Strauss says the call to miss out on Bangladesh will not be held against the pair, and he expects Morgan to resume his leadership role on the tour of India in November.
"Right from the start we said there are not going to be any recriminations," England and Wales Cricket Board director Strauss told BBC Radio 5 Live's Sportsweek programme.
"It's not like these guys are going to be black-listed and their names will not be put forward for selection. They absolutely will be.
"Both have done outstanding jobs for England over the last 12 months, especially Eoin Morgan whose captaining has been sensational.
"Of course, we can't give any guarantees because the situation might change on the ground in Bangladesh.
"Someone might come in and do unbelievably well, but the intention is for Eoin to come back in as captain and Alex will be in the mix for selection as well."