Murray, who was integral to Britain ending a 79-year wait for glory in the team competition as they triumphed in 2015, was left out of their 3-1 qualifying win on the Colombian clay in February.
British captain Leon Murray suggested the surface was not conducive for Murray, who had, at the time, played just three matches on clay since 2017, and the former world No 1 has returned to the fray.
Only two of the four nations will advance from Group B for the quarter-finals in Malaga.
“We can’t wait to play Davis Cup in Manchester in front of a huge home crowd,” Smith said. “It’s been a long time since we played in the North West and I’m sure we are going to feel and hear a lot of energy from the fans.
“We have a great team with a lot of Davis Cup experience who will be ready to give it everything in a tough group with Australia, Switzerland and France.”
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