Aaron Ramsey is back in the Wales squad after injury for next week's key World Cup qualifier against Serbia in Cardiff on 12 November.

Ramsey played 75 minutes of Arsenal's Champions League victory over Ludogorets on Tuesday night - his first appearance since mid-August following a hamstring injury.

And Wales manager Chris Coleman has immediately restored him to the squad for a game that has taken on added significance after Wales' last two qualifiers against Austria and Georgia ended in draws.

In-form Stoke midfielder Joe Allen, who missed the Georgia game last month because of a hamstring problem, was also named in the squad on Wednesday as Wales look to reignite their push for top spot in the group and one automatic qualifying place. 

There is a return for midfielder Jonathan Williams in a 23-man group.

Wales squad: Hennessey (Crystal Palace), Ward (Liverpool), Williams (Inverness); B Davies (Tottenham), J Chester (Aston Villa), J Collins (West Ham), P Dummett (Newcastle), C Gunter (Reading), N Taylor (Swansea), A Williams (Everton); J Allen (Stoke), D Edwards (Wolves), E Huws (Cardiff), A King (Leicester), T Lawrence (Leicester), J Ledley (Crystal Palace), S MacDonald (Wigan), A Ramsey (Arsenal), D Cotterill (Birmingham), J Williams (Crystal Palace); G Bale (Real Madrid), H Robson-Kanu (West Brom), S Vokes (Burnley).