Sidebottom first played for England in 2001
England have called up Nottinghamshire seamer Ryan Sidebottom for Friday's second Test with Bangladesh following an injury to all-rounder Tim Bresnan.
Sidebottom is the only change from the squad that completed a comfortable eight-wicket win at Lord's on Monday.
Bresnan took four wickets at Lord's but has a stress fracture in his left foot and will be further assessed this week.
Sidebottom, 32, played the last of his 22 Tests in South Africa in January and has 79 wickets at an average of 28.
The left-arm seamer was most recently involved at international level as part of the triumphant England World Twenty20 squad in the West Indies.
He played in all seven of England's matches, finishing as their joint highest wicket-taker with Graeme Swann, with 10 wickets at an average of 16.
"It's very unfortunate that Tim Bresnan will miss the second Test through injury as his bowling benefitted from five days of Test cricket during the Lord's Test and he would have been looking forward to getting more overs under his belt at Old Trafford," England National Selector Geoff Miller said.
"It does, however, provide Ryan Sidebottom with an opportunity to push for Test selection following his outstanding performances in the World Twenty20.
"The entire bowling unit will be better for the overs bowled during the first Test and looking to further build on this in Manchester."
Bangladesh have never played a Test at Old Trafford but Sidebottom has appeared in two matches there, taking three wickets against the West Indies in 2007 and four more against New Zealand a year later.