Published Tuesday, 28 August 2012
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The 24-year-old defender, who had ankle surgery at the end of last season, has been picked for O'Neill's first competitive match in charge of Northern Ireland.
Evans has not played so far this term and was on the bench for Manchester United's win against Fulham at the weekend.
Former NI captain David Healy remains out of the 23-man team despite finding signing for Bury earlier this month following his departure from Rangers.
Warren Feeney and Sammy Clingan also have been passed over by O'Neill, while Aaron Hughes makes a return after missing the Finland friendly.
FC Sion striker Kyle Lafferty remains first-choice up front and he is joined by Walsall's Will Grigg, Burnley's Martin Paterson, who scored his maiden international goal against the Finns, and Rangers duo Dean Shiels and Andy Little.
Both Shiels and Little will have to prove they are capable of balancing life in the bottom tier of Scottish football with a World Cup qualifying campaign, but O'Neill has vowed to give them every chance to do so.
The Portadown man has yet to win with NI since taking over from Nigel Worthington late last year, but has seen three friendlies, including the match against Finland which the side drew 3-3.
Four days after Northern Ireland meet Russia in Moscow in the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, they will play Luxembourg at Windsor Park.