Simon Kerrigan and Chris Woakes have been handed their Test debuts after being included in the England team to face Australia in the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
Australia won the toss and Michael Clarke jumped at the chance to have first use of an excellent batting track that should offer some turn as the match goes on.
England are looking for an unprecedented 4-0 series victory over the old enemy in the fifth Test at the Oval, and they have made two changes from the team that clinched the series with a win at Durham.
With Tim Bresnan out, Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes has come into the side, while they have decided to go with two spinners by bringing in Lancashire left-armer Kerrigan to bowl alongside Graeme Swann.
Yorkshire batsman Jonny Bairstow misses out with England expecting a fine batting pitch at the Oval to offer some assistance for the spinners as the match progresses.
Kerrigan, 24, is the second-highest wicket-taker in Division Two of the County Championship, and he makes his England debut in any form of the game, while Woakes earns his Test bow after playing in 13 ODIs and four T20 internationals.
Australia also make two changes, with James Faulkner coming in for his debut and Mitchell Starc coming back in as Jackson Bird and Usman Khawaja miss out - while Shane Watson will bat at three.
Starc returns having played in the first and third matches of the series, taking five wickets at Trent Bridge and claiming three wickets at Old Trafford along with a first innings score of 66 not out.
Faulkner, 23, will be making his Test debut having taken 11 wickets in eight one-day matches for his country.
Bird came into the Australia side for the previous Test in Durham but took just two wickets as the tourists were beaten for the third time in four Tests.