England v Ireland: Mark Adair, Lorcan Tucker, Simi Singh and Craig Young in 14-man squad
Ireland have named potential Test debutants Mark Adair, Lorcan Tucker, Simi Singh and Craig Young in a 14-man squad to face England at Lord's.
The four-day Test from 24-27 July will be Ireland's third since being granted full-member status by the ICC.
William Porterfield will captain Ireland for the historic Test match.
Andrew White, chair of selectors, said: "The historic nature of this Test will not be lost on anyone, however the players will not be overawed by the occasion.
"I think we demonstrated the fight and talent we possess in the recent ODI against England at Malahide, and I expect the players will look to be just as competitive in the Test arena.
"We have stated all along we are looking for players not only in form but displaying consistent performances, and I believe we have selected a squad that reflects this.
"It's also a squad that balances experience and emerging talent. This may only be our third Test, but we have 11 more to play over the next three years and our two Tests to date have shown glimpses of the potential we possess.
"We often say that this is a team in transition, but recent performances at home give us great optimism that we are on the right path and will come to Lord's with confidence and belief."
The same squad of players will play a two-day warm-up game against a Middlesex 2nd XI at Merchant Taylor's School on 18-19 July.
Ireland squad: W Porterfield (c), M Adair, A Balbirnie, A McBrine, J McCollum, T Murtagh, K O'Brien, B Rankin, S Singh, P Stirling, S Thompson, L Tucker, G Wilson, C Young.