Kyle Edmund will make his Davis Cup debut in this weekend's final with Belgium after he was named as Great Britain's number two for the singles matches in Ghent.
Edmund was selected ahead of doubles specialist Dom Inglot after impressing on the ATP Challenger tour in recent weeks - the 20-year-old reaching the final in Buenos Aires earlier this month.
David Goffin will provide his first opponent of the competition when they get the final underway, the hosts leading with their highest-ranked player while Great Britain hold Andy Murray back.
World number two Murray will make his final bow against Ruben Bemelmans - the world number 108 - in the second singles match, before joining forces with his brother Jamie for Saturday's doubles match.
Steve Darcis and Kimmer Coppejans will face the Murray brothers in that encounter, before Sunday sees the final two singles matches.
Goffin and Murray will go head-to-head first - the Brit looking to repeat his 6-1 6-0 win over the world number 16 at the Paris Masters earlier this month - and the final will finish with Bemelmans against Edmund.
Captains Leon Smith and Johan van Herck can change their line-ups ahead of the final as Great Britain - who also have James Ward in their team - look to claim their first title since 1936, and Belgium try to win for the first time.