The Albanian hot shot has made the cut and will take on Manchester United in Sydney, with his former coach Ange Postecoglou taking charge of the A-League's best
Besart Berisha has welcomed the opportunity to link up again with Ange Postecoglou after three more Brisbane Roar players were named in the A-League All Stars team.
Centre-forward Berisha, midfield import Liam Miller and goalkeeper Michael Theo were confirmed on Friday as members of the representative squad to tackle Manchester United in Sydney on July 20.
German midfielder Thomas Broich had already been unveiled, taking Roar's All Stars contingent to four, while Sydney FC's Rhyan Grant and Newcastle Jet Connor Chapman have also been announced as a member of the match-day squad for the game at ANZ Stadium.
Melbourne Victory coach - and ex-Roar boss - Postecoglou will take charge of the league's inaugural select XI against David Moyes' English Premier League champions, and Albanian marksman Berisha is excited about working with the man who brought him to Australia.
"I really enjoyed my time with Ange when he was in Brisbane so I'm really looking forward to being back in a team with him," Berisha said.
"I'm with some of my team-mates down there which will be great and I'm glad to see a few of us in the squad against United."
Former Celtic player and Sunderland player Miller will be up against his old club in the form of United, where he made nine league appearances between 2004 and 2006.
"I'm obviously delighted to get the call up," Miller said.
"Playing in front of a packed stadium should be a cracking atmosphere and I'm looking forward to it tremendously."