Palace striker Alexander Sørloth has been once again selected by Norway for their two UEFA Nations League games against Slovenia and Bulgaria.
The Norwegians currently sit in second spot in League C Group 3, having beaten Cyprus 2-0 in their first game last month before losing to leaders Bulgaria 1-0.
They will get the chance to claw back that deficit as they take on Bulgaria again in Oslo on Tuesday 16th October, three days after taking on Slovenia which will also take place on home turf.
Sørloth has been capped 15 times and scored twice for his country, and is one of six English-based players called up by manager Lars Lagerbeck.
Goalkeepers: Rune Jarstein (Hertha Berlin), Sten Grytebust (Odense), Ørjan Nyland (Aston Villa)
Defenders: Haitam Aleesami (Palermo), Omar Elabdellaoui (Olympiakos), Even Hovland (Rosenborg), Martin Linnes (Galatasaray), Håvard Nordtveit (Hoffenheim), Tore Reginiussen (Rosenborg), Sigurd Rosted (Gent), Jonas Svensson (AZ Alkmaar)
Midfielders: Sander Berge (Genk), Mats Dæhli (St Pauli), Mohamed Elyounoussi (Southampton), Iver Fossum (Hannover), Markus Henriksen (Hull City), Stefan Johansen (Fulham), Fredrik Midtsjø (AZ Alkmaar), Ole Selnæs (Saint Etienne)
Attackers: Tarik Elyounoussi (AIK), Bjørn Johnsen (AZ Alkmaar), Joshua King (Bournemouth), Alexander Sørloth (Crystal Palace)