Uche Ikpeuzu, who plays for Scottish Premiership club Heart of Midlothian has earned his first international call up from Uganda.
Ikpeazu received his first international call from coach Johnny McKinstry's squad ahead of the two-legged fixture against Sudan later this month.
The 25-year-old was born in England but qualifies for Uganda through his mother and is also eligible to play for Nigeria. Cranes will host Sudan at home in Kampala on March 28th before traveling to the Omdurman-El Hilal Stadium in Khartoum for the return leg three days later.
They are currently top of Group B in the qualifiers, with the finals scheduled to take place in Cameroon in 2021.
The 20-man (Foreign-Based) Squad
Goalkeepers: Denis Onyango, Salim Jamal
Defenders: Alex Kakuba, Nicholas Wadada, Bevis Mugabi, Joseph Ochaya, Ronald Mukiibi, Timothy Awany, Bwomono Elvis.
Midfielders: Michael Azira, Khalid Aucho, Taddeo Lwanga, Moses Wasswa, Allan Okello, Jayden Onen.
Forwards: Emmanuel Okwi, Abdul Lumala, Allan Kyambadde, Bakka Alexis, Ipeazu Uche Mubiru