The new national team coach is aiming to improve on his side's 2-0 defeat to Mexico in his first game in charge as they prepare for the upcoming World Cup qualification campaign
Matthews, Williams, Gunter, Taylor
Allen, Ledley, Ramsey
Bellamy, Morison, Bale
Mujdza, Jahic, Prandza, Lulic
Pjanic, Rahimic, Medunjanin, Misimovic
Chris Coleman's first home game as Wales manger comes on Wednesday night at Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli.
And Coleman has a strong squad at his disposal, with the likes of Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Ledley and new Liverpool signing Joe Allen all set to play in the friendly.
There have only been two withdrawals from the squad, with West Ham duo James Collins and Jack Collison ruled out with injury.
Fresh from his Community Shield win at the weekend, Manchester City's Edin Dzeko is expected to lead the line for visitors Bosnia in Wednesday's tie.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Wales' last outing saw Chris Coleman's first game in charge end in a 2-0 defeat to Mexico at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
- The last time that Wales played at Parc y Scarlets, they recorded a 5-1 win over Luxembourg back in August 2010.
- Both sides suffered poor qualifying campaigns in the run up to Euro 2012, meaning that neither country travelled to Poland and Ukraine.
- Bosnia's last match also saw them play Mexico on American soil. They were defeated 2-1 with Edin Dzeko scoring for the visitors. Dzeko is 11/1 with Bet365 to score two or more goals in this game.
- Wednesday's friendly will be both sides' final match before World Cup qualification gets underway next month.