Broos is usually known for not tinkering with his squads to much but is viewing the friendlies as an ideal opportunity to test out new combinations. Bafana face Andorra on March 21 in Annaba and Algeria in the capital Algiers on March 26.

Bafana have not played since an excellent Africa Cup of Nations campaign in which they made it all the way to the semifinals.

The new callups are as follows: Bruce Bvuma (Kaizer Chiefs), Tapelo Xoki, Patrick Maswanganyi (Orlando Pirates), Siyabonga Ngezana (FCBS), Goodman Mosele (Chippa United), Grant Margeman (SuperSport United), Iqraam Rayners (Stellenbosch), Elias Mokwana (Sekhukhune United), Mlondi Mbanjwa (AmaZulu) and Khanyisa Mayo (Cape Town City FC).

The players to have been omitted are: Veli Mothwa, Siyanda Xulu, Khuliso Mudau, Jayden Adams, Thabang Monare, Thapelo Maseko, Mihlali Mayambela, Zakhele Lepasa, Evidence Makgopa and Percy Tau.

Bafana Bafana squad:

GOALKEEPERS: Ronwen Williams [Mamelodi Sundowns], Bruce Bvuma [Kaizer Chiefs], Ricardo Goss [Supersport United].

DEFENDERS: Sydney Mobbie [Sekhukhune United], Thapelo Morena [Mamelodi Sundowns], Terrence Mashego [Mamelodi Sundowns], Nkosinathi Sibisi [Orlando Pirates], Aubrey Modiba [Mamelodi Sundowns], Grant Kekana [Mamelodi Sundowns], Tapelo Xoki [Orlando Pirates], Siyabonga Ngezana [FCSB, Romania].

MIDFIELDERS: Teboho Mokoena [Mamelodi Sundowns], Goodman Mosele [Chippa United], Sphephelo Sithole [CD Tondela, Portugal], Grant Margeman [SuperSport United].

FORWARDS: Themba Zwane [Mamelodi Sundowns], Oswin Apollis [Polokwane City], Patrick Maswanganyi [Orlando Pirates], Mihlali Mayambela [Aris Limassol, Cyprus], Mlondi Mbanjwa [AmaZulu], Khanyisa Mayo [Cape Town City], Iqraam Rayners [Stellenbosch FC], Elias Mokwana [Sekhukhune United].