10 Lions XII players feature in the 23-man party that will play Oman in August.
The Football Association of Singapore have announced the 23-man squad to face Oman in the AFC Asian Cup qualifier next month.
Metz teenager Adam Swandi is the standout selection with head coach Bernd Stange keeping faith with the 17-year-old attacker and he joins 10 Lions XII players in the party to face the Red Warriors on August 14.
Faris Ramli, who performed so well for the Malaysian Super League champions last season, misses out but 10 of his team-mates, including midfielders Anumanthan and Sahil Suhaimi, made the cut along with Hougang United’s goalkeeper Fadhil Salim.
33-year-old Noh Rahman and 34-year-old Indra Sahdan, both of Home United, are the oldest members of the squad as they continue their renaissance under Stange and the 65-year-old German will hope his side will get their qualification campaign back on track after a 4-0 defeat to Jordan in February.
Goalkeepers: Izwan Mahbud, Hassan Sunny, Fadhil Salim.
Defenders: Baihakki Khaizan, Safuwan Baharudin, Afiq Yunos, Shariff Samad, Shaiful Esah, Faritz Hameed, Ismail Yunos, Hafiz Abu Sujad.
Midfielders: Adam Swandi, Sahil Suhaimi, Anumanthan, Gabriel Quak, Hariss Harun, Isa Halim, Noh Rahman.
Forwards: Khairul Amri, Shahril Ishak, Shahfiq Ghani, Qiu Li, Indra Sahdan.