Huddersfield Town keeper Danny Ward is set to find out if he is in Wales' plans for next month’s opening World Cup qualifier at home to
The Monday September 5 clash in Cardiff is a first outing for Chris Coleman’s side since their memorable march to the semi-finals of Euro 2016, and the squad is due to be announced on Wednesday.
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Ward, on loan from Liverpool, played in the first group game against Slovakia, who were beaten 2-1 in Bordeaux.
Crystal Palace’s Wayne Hennessey returned from injury to feature in the following games.
Ward, 23, was born in Wrexham and began his career with his hometown club before joining Liverpool in 2012.
He has made two Liverpool appearances and has three Wales caps after representing them at Under 19 and 21 level.
Ward is set for a sixth Town appearance in Saturday’s home Championship clash with Wolves.
He is the second Town man to be called up for international duty next month.
On-loan Manchester City midfielder Aaron Mooy is in the Australia squad.
They have World Cup qualifiers against Iraq in Perth (Thursday September 1) and the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi (Tuesday 6).
Former Melbourne City player Mooy has 16 caps.
The Wales squad also included ex-Town midfielder Emyr Huws.
The 22-year-old played 36 times last season, scoring five goals, while on loan from Wigan Athletic.
He was transferred to Cardiff City during the close-season.
Wales face Moldova, Georgia, Serbia, Austria and Republic of Ireland home and away in their bid to reach Russia 2018.