Congo DR have called up QPR duo Yeni Ngbakoto and Kazenga LuaLua for their World Cup qualifier next month.
The central African country take on Libya in Tunisia on Saturday, October 7, as bid to catch Group A leaders Tunisia.
Congo are currently second in the group, three points behind Tunisia with two matches left, but with only the top side in the group progressing to the finals in Russia.
Ngbakoto only made his debut for his country back in March, in a 2-1 friendly loss to Congo, and has since won one further cap, scoring in a 2-0 friendly win over Botswana in June.
LuaLua, meanwhile, is yet to make his international debut, but his brother, former Newcastle striker Lomano, has won 31 caps for the country.
Kazenga was praised by Ian Holloway last month for playing against the day after his father passed away, the Rs boss saying: “It’s about more than that, because what pleases me is the peoples’ character that we’ve got here.
“Lua Lua lost his father yesterday and he still wanted to play. Now I had to trust him, and it was looking pretty bleak at one time, but he still wanted to do it, still wanted the ball.”
Ngbakoto, meanwhile, was linked with a move away from Loftus Road this summer following a difficult first season with the Rs, but got his first league start of the season in Saturday's stalemate against Burton Albion.
Meanwhile, fellow Rs man Conor Washington has been called-up by Northern Ireland for their World Cup qualifiers against Germany on Thursday, October 5 and Norway on Sunday, October 8.
They currently sit second in Group C and have guaranteed their spot in the play-offs, but victories against Germany and Norway would seal automatic qualification. Washington has 10 caps, scoring three times.
In addition, young Rs left back Niko Hamalainen has been selected by Finland’s U21s for their European Championship qualifiers against Poland and Denmark.
Finland head to Poland on Friday, October 6 before hosting Denmark on Tuesday, October 10.