Andy Murray
Andy Murray leads GB's attempts to reach the quarter-finals Getty Images

Andy Murray will kick-off Great Britain's Davis Cup campaign in 2015 against Donald Young of the United States in Glasgow.

James Ward squares off against world number 20 John Isner in the second match on the opening day before 16-time grand slam winning pair Bob and Mike Bryan face Dominic Inglot and Jamie Murray in the doubles on 7 March.

Murray then faces Isner before Ward plays Young on the final day of competition, with the victorious team over five rubbers progressing to the quarter-final and securing their place in the World Group for another year.

"The USA team come stronger," captain Leon Smith said. "John Isner is a top 20 player, has been top 10 before and is a different calibre to what came out at us last time.

"They definitely go in as favourites on rankings, they have the Bryan Brothers who are the best doubles team to ever walk the planet so somewhere along the line we are going to have to get an upset, that is the reality of it. It is a big challenge but one that hopefully we can do at the weekend."

Murray, the British number one, has a 3-1 winning record over Young, including victory in their last meeting in the Davis Cup in San Diego in February 2014, while the two-time major winner has prevailed in all four of his meetings with Isner.

"I watched the Davis Cup a bunch when I was younger and we went to watch it live when GB played against Sweden and Sweden won 3-2 when Tim [Henman] and Greg [Rusedski] were playing," Murray said. "It was just after Thomas Johansson had won the Australian Open.

"It was a great match and my first real experience of watching it live. I have been very lucky to have been a part of the team for the best part of 10 years and played some great matches.

"I have had a few tough losses as well but it was one of the best experiences I have had when I played my first match against Israel aged 17, I absolutely loved it.

"To still be doing it now and getting to play in front of hopefully a packed crowd against a big nation who have a lot of history in the sport is very nice and I hope I can perform well."