Mark Wood was fit to return to England's seam attack for the fourth Investec Test against Australia at Trent Bridge and replace James Anderson.
Alastair Cook's team can regain the Ashes with victory in Nottingham, but had been waiting to discover whether Wood was fully recovered from his ankle niggle.
Cook confirmed at the toss that he was fit, and the Durham seamer therefore came in for the injured James Anderson as the only change from the team which won by eight wickets at Edgbaston last week to go 2-1 up with two to play.
He'll get an early chance after Cook won the toss and elected to bat.
Meanwhile, Australia swapped one Marsh for another, batsman Shaun returning for his first Test of the summer at the expense of his all-rounder brother Mitch.
Jonny Bairstow has returned to the England squad for the third Ashes Test against Australia, in place of Gary Ballance.
Bairstow last played Test cricket in the final match of England's 2013/14 Ashes whitewash defeat in Sydney, and is rewarded for his superb form for Yorkshire this season.
His county team-mate Ballance, by contrast, has paid the price in an otherwise unchanged 13-man squad after his run of poor scores continued at number three as Australia levelled the series with a 405-run thrashing of their hosts at Lord's.
Australia have levelled the Ashes series at 1-1 after beating England by 405 runs in the second Test at Lord's.
England descended to an embarrassing defeat inside four days as Mitchell Johnson hastened their collapse.
The hosts, set a notional 509 to win after Australia declared on 254 for two shortly before lunch in this second Investec Test, were all out for a hapless 103 in 37 overs by late afternoon.
England's costly habit of losing their top order cheaply was revisited, and then Johnson's double-wicket maiden immediately after tea cast aside any remaining doubts.
Teams for the second Investec Test between England and Australia, starting at Lord's on Thursday at 11am:
England (possible): AN Cook (Captain), A Lyth, GS Ballance, IR Bell, JE Root, BA Stokes, JC Buttler (wkt), MM Ali, SCJ Broad, MA Wood, JM Anderson
Australia (possible): MJ Clarke (Captain), CJL Rogers, DA Warner, SPD Smith, AC Voges, MR Marsh, PM Nevill (wkt), MG Johnson, MA Starc, JR Hazlewood, NM Lyon
Umpires: K Dharmasena (SL) and M Erasmus (SA)
Third umpire: C Gaffaney (NZ)
Match referee: R Madugalle (SL)
Australia paceman Mitchell Starc is set to be fit for the second Ashes Test at Lord's this Thursday, according to potential replacement Peter Siddle.
The left-armer, who took seven wickets in the first Test in Cardiff, has been battling an ankle injury but was able to take a full part in training on Tuesday.
"Starcy got through well today, bowled out in the middle off the long run, both ends, he's feeling good," said Siddle.
"I guess it's just a waiting game at the moment for myself. Everyone's fit at the moment which is nice."
Australia finished day two of the first Ashes test on 264-5, leaving them 166 runs behind England's first innings total.
The hosts were bowled out earlier in the day for 430, with Moeen Ali reaching 77 to help England add 87 to their overnight score.
In reply, Chris Rogers came agonisingly close to a century before being caught by Jos Buttler on 95.
Adam Voges fell late in the day for 31 to leave England marginally on top heading into the third day in Cardiff.
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The England and Wales Cricket Board says the team needs to "rebuild" after its 5-0 Ashes loss to Australia, and create a "culture" in which it can be confident Alastair Cook will be fully supported.
The ECB recognises the significant contribution Kevin has made to England teams over the last decade. He has played some of the finest innings ever produced by an England batsman.
However, the England team needs to rebuild after the whitewash in Australia. To do that we must invest in our captain Alastair Cook and we must support him in creating a culture in which we can be confident he will have the full support of all players, with everyone pulling in the same direction and able to trust each other. It is for those reasons that we have decided to move on without Kevin Pietersen.
England have retained the Women's Ashes after a nine-wicket win over Australia.
Captain Charlotte Edwards hit 92 not out in the first Twenty20 match of the Ashes tour to give England an unassailable lead in the series.
The victory meant England won the multi-format series 10-4 with two Twenty20 games to spare and will lift the trophy for the second time inside six months.
England's success in Australia starkly contrasts the performance of the men's team who were whitewashed 5-0.