Chris Woakes will replace Toby Roland-Jones in the England side for the second Test against Windies at Headingley, which starts on Friday live on Sky Sports Cricket from 10am.
Woakes is yet to play a Test this summer after suffering a side strain during England's opening Champions Trophy match at the start of June.
But the Warwickshire all-rounder will come back into the side at Headingley, with Roland-Jones missing out despite a successful start to his Test career.
Middlesex seamer Roland-Jones has taken 14 wickets in his first three games, and captain Joe Root said: "Toby unfortunately misses out.
"He's not done a lot wrong - he's taken his opportunities, played some fantastic cricket and I see him being a massive part of our future, but it's a great chance for Chris to come back and show his class."
England will otherwise be unchanged as they aim to secure victory in the three-match series on the back of their innings win in the day-night Test at Edgbaston.
Root's side failed to follow up a first-Test win against South Africa last month, losing heavily at Trent Bridge before eventually winning the series 3-1.
"You look at occasions like that [the second South Africa Test] and want to make sure you put that right," Root said.
"The way we played in the last game and the two previous games - we've played some really strong cricket, and the more momentum we can build moving forward is really important for us."
And the skipper expects a strong West Indies response after heavy criticism of their performance in Birmingham.
"There's a lot of work to do," Root said. "They'll be desperate to bounce back and will come hard."
The second Test will be Root's first as captain on his home ground, and he said: "Every chance I get to play for England at Headingley is a great opportunity, but to captain... I'm really looking forward to it."
Windies skipper Jason Holder revealed that his side would be "tinkering with a few things going into the second Test" without going into specifics.
Experienced seamer Shannon Gabriel, left out of the first Test after experiencing no-ball problems in a warm-up match with Derbyshire, is likely to be recalled.
Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo could also come in the frame after Sky Sports pundit Michael Holding said the tourists should include a specialist spinner in their line-up.
England: JE Root (Captain), AN Cook, MD Stoneman, T Westley, DJ Malan, BA Stokes, JM Bairstow (wkt), MM Ali, CR Woakes, SCJ Broad, JM Anderson
West Indies (possible): J Holder (Captain), K Brathwaite, K Powell, K Hope, S Hope, R Chase, J Blackwood, S Dowrich (wkt), K Roach, S Gabriel, M Cummins
Watch the second Test between England and Windies live on Sky Sports Cricket from 10am on Friday, with over-by-over commentary and in-play video clips on our live match blog - available across Sky Sports digital platforms.