England's Adil Rashid practices during nets.
Rashid had signed a white-ball only contract with Yorkshire in February and hasn't played a Test match in nearly two years.
To commemorate the occasion, Jeff Crowe, former New Zealand captain and member of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, on behalf of the ICC, will present a silver plaque to England and Wales Cricket Board Chairman Colin Graves before the start of the Test.
Captain Joe Root said Jos Buttler will act as vice-captain.
Fellow spinner Moeen Ali had been tipped for a return to the Test side but will miss out, alongside Essex seamer Jamie Porter, in the final XI.
Nationals' player Trea Turner apologizes for offensive tweets
Following his tweets, Hader was ordered to undergo sensitivity training and participate in diversity and inclusion initiatives. The horrific tweets, dated from 2011 and 2012, read things such as: 'This gay black kid won't stop presenting about black hair.
Jose Mourinho provides transfer update
Although the United manager did gripe about the early start to the Premier League campaign, especially in a World Cup year. Asked if he was confident he would get both, ... "I think two is not what I will get".
Ibrahimovic scores his first MLS hat-trick
Villa is automatically out of NYFC's home game next weekend against the Vancouver Whitecaps. LA Galaxy are now third in the Western Conference having won their past nine matches.
Regular understudy Ben Stokes' trial for affray begins on Monday, the day after the first match of the five-Test series is due to end.
James Anderson is four years older.
"When I think of some of the incredible players who haven't made the cut, legends of the game such as Denis Compton and Wally Hammond, I'm not sure I would have voted for myself, but I certainly want to thank the fans for thinking of me".
On home turf, England have won 30 Tests and India have emerged winners on six occasions with 21 Tests ending in draws.
England's playing XI for the first Test: Alastair Cook, Keaton Jennings, Joe Root, Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Adil Rashid, Sam Curran, Stuart Broad, James Anderson.