The Real Madrid winger has been selected by Chris Coleman for the upcoming clash after missing the last two fixtures against Macedonia and Belgium with a thigh injury
The 24-year-old returns to the international set-up after being forced to withdraw from the squad for the World Cup qualifying fixtures with Macedonia and Belgium in October due to a thigh problem.
Bale, who initially struggled for fitness since his world-record £86 million move to Spain, has found form recently for the Spanish giants including a goal in the Champions League draw with Juventus in midweek.
The winger is joined in the squad by in-form Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, whose superb run in front of goal continued in his club's 1-0 victory at Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
West Ham centre-back James Collins is once again included, having returned to the international set-up after settling a dispute with Coleman.
Wales were hindered by a string of withdrawals ahead of their concluding World Cup qualifiers and will be boosted by returns for Liverpool's Joe Allen, Celtic's Joe Ledley and Ben Davies of Swansea City.
Millwall striker Jermaine Easter and Doncaster Rovers midfielder David Cotterill retain their places after being drafted in to cover for injuries last time out.
The fixture marks the first time that Wales will be without Cardiff City forward Craig Bellamy, who retired after the end of the World Cup qualifying campaign.
|Boaz Myhill||West Brom|
|Owain Fon Williams||Tranmere Rovers|
|James Collins||West Ham|
|Ben Davies||Swansea City|
|Neil Taylor||Swansea City|
|Rhoys Wiggins||Charlton Athletic|
|Ashley Williams||Swansea City|
|David Cotterill||Doncaster Rovers|
|Andy King||Leicester City|
|Gareth Bale||Real Madrid|
|Simon Church||Charlton Athletic|