Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny has named his squad for the three upcoming World Cup qualifying games.
The biggest exclusion sees long-time number one Darren Randolph dropped from the squad in favour of youngsters Caoimhin Kelleher, Mark Travers and Gavin Bazunu.
Randolph has begun this season as third choice at his club West Ham and it looks increasingly unlikely that he will see much game time this season unless he leaves the Hammers in the remaining days of the transfer market.
Bazunu started the 0-1 defeat at home to Luxembourg in the second game of a campaign that has seen Ireland suffer defeats in their opening two fixtures. Travers got the nod for the opening game away to Serbia where Ireland lost 3-2 in Belgrade.
Burnley defender Nathan Collins has been called up to the senior squad for the first time in his career.
Other big-name exclusions other than Randolph include Celtic midfielder James McCarthy, free agent Robbie Brady and Newcastle United defender Ciaran Clark.
Ireland face Portugal, Azerbaijan and Serbia in what is a tough set of fixtures as their already lingering qualifying hopes could be all but ended next month.
Goalkeepers: Caoimhin Kelleher, Gavin Bazunu, Mark Travers
Defenders: Seamus Coleman, Matt Doherty, Shane Duffy, John Egan, Dara O’Shea, Ryan Manning, James McClean, Andrew Omobamidele, Nathan Collins
Midfielders: Josh Cullen, Jeff Hendrick, Conor Hourihane, Harry Arter, Jamie McGrath, Jayson Molumby
Forwards: Aaron Connolly, James Collins, Daryl Horgan, Adam Idah, Troy Parrott, Shane Long, Ronan Curtis
World Cup qualifying fixtures:
September 1: Portugal v Ireland (KO 7.45)
September 4: Azerbaijan v Ireland (KO 5.00)
September 7: Ireland v Serbia (KO 7.45)