Alejandro Sabella's men will face their arch-rivals on September 19 in Goiania, before hosting the second-leg in Resistencia on October 3.
Ricardo Centurion, the Racing Club starlet, who has been receiving admiring glances from a number of top European clubs, has been give his first call-up, while Colon de Santa Fe's Lucas Mugni also gets his chance for the Albiceleste.
The squad is a mixture of youth and experience, with Maxi Lopez and Sebastian Dominguez also given their chance to shine against what will be a strong Brazil line-up.
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Argentina are playing Peru on Tuesday, and as they were coming away from the stadium after completing training, coaching staff and players were pelted with stones.
Reports suggest that nobody was hurt, but some glass was broken.
Oscar Ustari- Boca Juniors
Marcelo Barovero - River Plate
Esteban Andrada – Lanus
Gino Peruzzi - Velez Sarsfield
Maximiliano Caire - Colon de Santa Fe
Lisandro Lopez, - Arsenal FC
Sebastian Dominguez - Velez Sarsfield
Leandro Desabato - Estudiantes de La Plata
Vergini Santiago - Newell's Old Boys
German Re - Estudiantes de La Plata
Clemente Rodriguez - Boca Juniors
Leonel Vangioni - Newell's Old Boys
Rodrigo Brana - Estudiantes de La Plata
Leandro Somoza- Boca Juniors
Leonardo Ponzio - River Plate
Mino Sanchez Juan - Boca Juniors
Maximiliano Rodriguez, - Newell's Old Boys
Julio Buffarini - San Lorenzo
Ricardo Centurion - Racing Club
Cristian Chavez - Boca Juniors
Lucas Viatri - Boca Juniors
Rogelio Funes Mori - River Plate
Lucas Mugni - Colon de Santa Fe