Senegal's French coach Guy Stephan has been forced to name a depleted squad ahead of their 2006 World Cup and African Cup of Nations qualifier.
Frenchman Guy Stephan has name a depleted Senegal squad
Senegal have a friendly against Guinea on 29 May in Paris before they start their campaign at home to Congo on 5 June.
They will subsequently travel to take on Togo on 20 June, followed by another home match against Zambia on 3 July.
Former African Footballer of the Year El Hadji Diouf is suspended after getting a four-match ban from Caf.
Diouf's ban came after his running feud with referee Ali Busjaim after Senegal lost a stormy and controversial quarter-final against hosts Tunisia at the Cup of Nations.
Inter Milan's Khalilou Fadiga is ruled out because of recent heart surgery, while Liverpool's Salif Diao and Birmingham's Aliou Cisse were not picked because of lack of match fitness with their clubs.
Tony Sylva (Monaco/FRA), Pape Mamadou Diouf (Jeanne
Habib Beye (Marseille/FRA), Lamine Diatta
(Rennes/FRA), Souleymane Diawara (Sochaux/FRA), Malick Diop
(Lorient/FRA), Diagne Faye (Lens/FRA), Mamadou Seck (Ajaccio/FRA), Ibrahima Faye (Ghent/BEL)
Sylvain Ndiaye (Marseille/FRA), Pape Sarr
(Lens/FRA), Pape Bouba Diop (Lens/FRA), Amdy Moustapha Faye
(Porsmouth/ENG), Dino Diba (Metz/FRA)
Henri Camara (Wolverhampton/ENG), Moussa Ndiaye (Sedan/FRA), Diomansy Camara (Modena/ITA), Mamadou Niang (Strasbourg/FRA), Babacar Gueye (Metz/FRA), Frederic Mendy (St Etienne/FRA), Nicola Ndione (As Douanes)