Kolo Toure rejoins Ivory Coast
The Liverpool new signing was dropped from the team after the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations due to a declining form, however, Lamouchi says the former Manchester City centre back has got in shape since moving to Anfield.
Gradel Max of French Ligue 1 side Saint-Etienne, whose outstanding performance at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea earned him a constant first eleven spot with the Elephants, returns from a long layoff.
The Ivory Coast-Senegal meeting of October 12 in Abidjan is widely seen at one of the crackers of the knockout phase. Both teams, from the West Africa sub-region, have met a dozen times and recently in October 2012 during qualifiers for the South Africa 2013.
Goalkeepers: Barry Boubacar (Lokeren, Belgium), Gbohouo Sylvain (Sewe Sport), Cisse Abdoul Karim (Africa Sports)
Defenders : Toure Kolo (Liverpool, England), Angoua Benjamin (Valenciennes, France), Aurier Serge (Toulouse, France), Bamba Souleman (Trazbonspor, Turkey), Boka Arthur (Stuttgart, Germany), Diarrassouba Viera (Caykur Rizespor, Turkey), Akpa Akpro Jean Daniel (Toulouse, France), Zokora Didier (Trazbonspor, Turkey)
Midfielders: Gosso Gosso Jean-jacques (Glençlerbirligi SK, Turkey), Tiote Cheickh (Newcastle, England), Gradel Max (Saint-Etienne, France), Ya Konan Didier (Hanover, Germany), Ndri Koffi Romaric (Bastia, France), Serey Die Geoffrey (Bale, Switzerland), Toure Yaya (Manchester City, England)
Forwards: Traore Lacina (Anzhi, Russia), Bony Wilfried (Swansea, UK), Gervinho (AS Roma, Italy), Drogba Didier (Galatasaray, Turkey), Kalou Salomon (Lille, France), Sio Giovanni (Wolfsburg, Germany)