Manager Mark Hughes makes two changes from the side that suffered a heavy defeat at Tottenham Hotspur last time out, with a fit-again Cameron making his first start since October alongside Glenn Whelan at defensive midfield.
For the visitors, meanwhile, manager Aitor Karanka makes five changes as Boro look to avoid dropping into the relegation zone this afternoon.
Karanka picks an all-new front three in an expected 4-3-3 formation, with Adama Traore, Gaston Ramirez and Rudy Gestede leading the line and Adam Forshaw, Alvaro Negredo and Cristhian Stuani dropping to the bench.
Elsewhere, Antonio Barragan is named on the bench after missing the last four games with a hamstring injury.
Stoke City: Grant; Johnson, Shawcross, M. Indi, Pieters; Whelan, Cameron; Arnautovic, Allen, Ramadan; Crouch
Subs: Given; Bardsley, Berahino, Afellay, Adam, Diouf, Walters
Middlesbrough: Valdes; Fabio, Ayala, Gibson, Friend; De Roon, Clayton, Leadbitter; Traore, Ramirez, Gestede
Subs: Guzan, Bernardo, Barragan, Guedioura, Forshaw, Stuani, Negredo
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