James Anderson, who is 40 years old, will play for England again in the fourth Ashes Test against Australia, which starts on Wednesday at Old Trafford.
The only change from the team that won the third Test and cut Australia’s lead in the series to 2-1 with two to go is that Ollie Robinson is replaced.
Moeen Ali will bat at three, just like he did in the second innings at Headingley. This will let Harry Brook stay at five.
Anderson, who has taken the third-most wickets in Test history, was taken out of the third match because he had only taken three wickets and given up 226 runs in the first two games.
For England to win the Ashes for the first time since 2015, they need to win the two final Tests.
If Australia wins one more game, it will be the first time since 2001 that a team from outside England has won a series in England.