WAFA attacker Komlan Agbeniadan and Liberty goalkeeper Fatao Mohammed have been called up by the Togo National team for their upcoming friendly matches against Niger and Malawi.
The Hawks are taking advantage of the international break to engage themselves in test matches.
Togo will not be participating in the World Cup qualifiers after losing in the second round of the preliminary qualifiers to Uganda.
Coach Claude Le Roy in his quest to keep his players active have decided to play the two friendly matches.
The Frenchman invited the Ghana-based duo to join his squad for the two games.
The West Africans will play Niger on Thursday and then take on Malawi on Monday.
The two matches will also be used by the head Coach (Claude Le Roy) to assess his players and also give them active ahead of the Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Both Agbeniadan and Fatao have been constant members for the Togo National team for some time now.
By Frank Darkwah