Bordeaux defender David Jemmali has earned a call-up to the Tunisia squad for the first time.
Tunisia coach Roger Lemerre is keen to run the rule over the in-form stopper as he finalises plans for his World Cup squad.
Jemmali will be handed a chance to impress against Serbia & Montenegro on Wednesday, although he is the only newcomer to Lemerre's squad.
Bolton's Radhi Jaidi is a familiar face in the squad, as is Rangers midfielder Hamed Namouchi.
Ali Boumnijel (Club Africain), Hamdi Kasraoui (Esperance), Hatem Trabelsi (Ajax Amsterdam), Karim Saidi (Lecce), Radhi Jaidi (Bolton Wanderers), Karim Hagui (Strasbourg), Jose Clayton (El Qatari), Alaeddine Yahia (St- Etienne), Chawki Ben Saada (Bastia), Adel Chedli (Nuremberg), Kais Ghodhbane (Samsunspor), Sofiane Militi (Kazintap), Jawher Mnari (Nuremberg), Riadh Bouazizi (Kazintap), Hamed Namouchi (Rangers), Karim Essidiri (FC Tromso), David Jameli (Bordeaux), Zied Jaziri (Troyes), Silva Dos Santos (Toulouse).