Steven Finn takes his place in an all-pace England attack for the second Test
England left out Graeme Swann in favour of Steven Finn in a team also containing debutant batsman James Taylor for the second Test against South Africa at Headingley.
Swann has been ever-present in the Test team for the past three-and-a-half years, but England decided to go into a match without a first-choice spinner for the first time since facing these same opponents here in 2003.
Fast bowler Finn would get an early opportunity to prove himself too, after Andrew Strauss won the toss and could therefore unleash his all-pace attack at this often seamer-friendly venue.
England must at least avoid defeat here, not only to keep the three-match series alive but to stay top of the International Cricket Council rankings.
South Africa were, as predicted, unchanged as they seek to close out series victory here and replace England at number one in the table.