Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Tomasz Frankowski has been handed the chance to rebuild his international career with Poland.
But new Poland coach Leo Beenhakker has left out West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak from his first match in charge.
Frankowski has also been recalled for the friendly against Denmark on August 16 after missing out on the World Cup finals in Germany. He was Poland's joint top scorer with seven goals in qualifying but failed to be in the squad in Germany due to poor club form.
Kuszczak, who went to Germany, now finds himself dropped, with Liverpool goal-keeper Jerzy Dudek being drafted into the squad for the match in Odense.
Jason Koumas' spat with Albion has not stopped him being called up into Wales' ranks for their friendly against Bulgaria.
Koumas joins Aston Villa's Mark Delaney and Wolves defender Rob Edwards in John Toshack's squad to play in Swansea on August 15.
Delaney spent much of last season struggling with a knee problem but has figured in Villa's pre-season matches and is an experienced player Toshack desperately wants in his defence.
The Wales manager may also consider asking John Hartson to reconsider his retirement from international football if he starts banging in the goals for Albion, now that the striker's private life is more stable. The Euro 2008 qualifiers start in September.