Bristol Rovers players Ellis Harrison and Tom Lockyer have been selected for the latest Wales Under-21 squad.
Geraint Williams has announced his Under-21 squad for the upcoming UEFA EURO 2017 Group 5 qualifiers against Denmark and Luxembourg and will be counting on a passionate North Wales support to put his side back in contention for a place in finals in Poland next summer.
The side currently sit in third place after seven games, and will be looking to home advantage to avenge a disappointing return of just one point from a possible six when they last played over the Easter period.
Wales are currently just one point behind Romania with both teams having played seven games, but Denmark lead the way with a four point advantage over Wales, and the Danes have a game in hand over the chasing pack.
The nine group winners automatically qualify for the finals with the four best runners-up entering the play-offs.
The group winners and two play-off winners will then join host nation Poland to compete in the finals.
Full Wales Under-21’s Squad:
Billy O’BRIEN (Manchester City)
Michael CROWE (Ipswich Town)
Declan JOHN (Cardiff City)
Jordan EVANS (Wrexham)
Joseph WRIGHT (Doncaster Rovers)
Tom LOCKYER (Bristol Rovers)
Adam HENLEY (Blackburn Rovers)
Gethin JONES (Everton)
Dominic SMITH (Shrewsbury Town)
Dan JAMES (Swansea City)
Josh SHEEHAN (Swansea City, on loan with Newport County)
Lee EVANS (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Ryan HEDGES (Swansea City, on loan with Yeovil Town)
Tom O’SULLIVAN (Cardiff City)
Wes BURNS (Bristol City, on loan with Aberdeen)
Ellis HARRISON (Bristol Rovers)
Harry WILSON (Liverpool)