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Steve Harmison will return for Durham in their LV County Championship against Surrey at the Riverside starting on Monday.
The England paceman has been named in a 12 man squad as he begins his comeback from a hernia operation.
Brother Ben is also in the squad along with discarded England seamer Liam Plunkett, while overseas star Shivnarine Chanderpaul continues in the side.
The match was switched to a Monday start to give Durham more time to prepare for the Friends Provident Trophy final at Lord's on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Surrey head north with an unchanged squad as they look to captialise on last week's victory against Kent.
Victory inside two days at Canterbury took them out of the Division One relegation zone.
Harbhajan Singh took 11 wickets in the match and, if conditions in Chester-le-Street allow, the offspinner will likely feature again.
Chris Jordan, who impressed with the ball on his debut against Kent, also keeps his place, as does James Ormond.
The news also means that, once again, Rikki Clarke misses out, with Surrey's middle order comprising Stewart Walters, Ali Brown and James Benning.
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