ANDY Murray is happy to take the strain of playing all three days as Great Britain chase their first Davis Cup triumph since 1936 but warned Belgium that they would be making a mistake if they regard their opponents as a one-man team. The World No 2's participation on each day of Britain's first Davis Cup final since 1978 was confirmed when captain Leon Smith left doubles expert Dom Inglot out of his four-man team, with room for two singles players in the form Kyle Edmund and James Ward. While Edmund, a 20-year-old from Beverley, Yorkshire, will make a dramatic Davis Cup debut first up against Belgium's No 1 player David Goffin, to be followed by Murray against World No 109 Ruben Bemelmans, Ward's inclusion is an insurance policy should either Murray or Edmund suffer injury. For now, Belgium captain Johan van Herck has selected Steve Darcis and Kimmer Coppejans to contest the doubles on Saturday against the Murrays, but that is subject to change until an hour before the tie.

"The match against France I found very tough," said the World No 2. "That came on the back of the French Open, Queen's and Wimbledon, which for me is a very stressful time of year. And they were quite draining matches. But I think I should be fine here. You never know how the matches are going to pan out, but I'd imagine I'd be okay.

"I'm happy to take as much pressure on my shoulders as is needed," he added. "I've been in that position I think a lot of times in my career. I think I will be able to deal with it okay.

"But I also believe in all of the players in our team," he added. "Everyone, when they've been asked to, have stepped up and performed extremely well in the Davis Cup. Kyle has a lot of weapons on the court. It's not going to be an easy match for David. If they are looking at it as Belgium versus me then I think that is counter-productive to be honest.

While Inglot has been included in all three of Britain's three previous ties during 2015, Smith said that part of his selection decision was actually "fairly simplistic". "There was no way Andy and Jamie wouldn't be playing this rubber," said Smith. "They've played with such quality in the last two ties. So as soon as we made that decision, it's much better to have more singles options because who knows what happens over the next couple of days."