Last updated : 17 August 2004 By editor
Ryan Giggs has not been included in Wales squad to face Latvia, while Mikael Silvestre does not make new French coach Raymond Domenech's squad to take on Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Quinton Fortune, meanwhile, ends a two-year exile from international football in Tunisia. Fergie reportedly wasn't keen on releasing Fortune for South Africa's friendly in Tunis on Wednesday. But coach Stuart Baxter has used the fact that Wednesday is an offical date designated by Fifa for international friendlies to demand that Fortune play. Quinton plays for his country for the first time in two years following a dispute with former coach Ephraim Mashaba.

Only Gary Neville and Alan Smith made the England squad to face Ukraine at St James' Park.

Darren Fletcher, 20, is the youngest outfield player selected by Berti Vogts for Scotland's friendly against Hungary at Hampden Park. While Irish trio Roy Keane, Liam Miller and John O'Shea are included for the Republic of Ireland against Bulgaria.

Roy Carroll is named by N.Ireland to face Switzerland.