Worcestershire will complete their pre-season match programme with a two-day fixture against Warwickshire at Edgbaston beginning tomorrow (Tuesday).
The County will be honing their skills against their local rivals ahead of next Sunday's Specsavers County Championship opener against Kent at New Road.
Paceman Charlie Morris will come into the side in the only change from the eleven in action during the three-day first class fixture against Oxford MCCU in The Parks.
He will replace Josh Tongue who showed plenty of promise when making his first class debut for the County against the students.
Morris will be looking this summer to continue the form which brought him 52 Championship wickets in his debut season in 2014 and another 44 last summer.
He signed a new three year contract at the end of last season up until the end of the 2018 campaign.
Director of Cricket Steve Rhodes said: "We wanted to have a look at Tonguey and decided to save Charlie for Edgbaston."