Fulham defenders Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson have been named in the United States international squad for their upcoming friendlies against Wales and Austria.

Ream, who has made five league appearances this year for Fulham, is in line to win his 41st senior international cap if he is included in the starting line-up for either of the fixtures. The experienced centre back has featured prominently in the American set-up since a recall a couple of years ago, although he is likely to find regular game time at club level more difficult to come by after being replaced in the starting line-up by new arrivals Tosin Adarabioyo and Joachim Andersen.

Left back Robinson has won seven senior caps for the States and caught the eye with an energetic display in Fulham’s first league win of the season last night against West Bromwich Albion. The 23 year-old recently displaced play-off hero Joe Bryan in Scott Parker’s side and had a hand in the first goal last night, producing a beautiful cross for Aleksandar Mitrovic.