Brazil includes Luis Fabiano in squad to face Argentina

Mano Menezes has handed a first call up in over two years to the veteran striker, for the two games against the Albiceleste

Brazil has announced their 21-man squad for the Supercopa de las Americas clashes with Argentina.

The Selecao will play a pair of derby matches with Alejandro Sabella's side, the first taking place in Goiania on September 19, before traveling to Argentina for a game in Resistencia on October 3.

Luis Fabiano has received his first call up since the 2010 World Cup, with the Sao Paulo man in imperious form so far this season, scoring 10 goals in 12 league games in 2012.

Elsewhere, Neymar, Leandro Damiao and Wellington Nem make up an exciting forward line, while Atletico Mineiro's young midfielder Bernard has been given his debut call-up.

Full Squad:

Cassio (Corinthians)
Jefferson (Botafogo)

Carlinhos (Fluminense)
Marcos Rocha (Atletico Mineiro)
Fábio Santos (Corinthians)
Lucas Marques (Botafogo)
Dede (Vasco)
Rhodolfo (São Paulo)
Réver (Atlético Mineiro)

Arouca (Santos)
Bernard (Atletico Mineiro)
Fernando (Gremio)
Jadson (Sao Paulo)
Lucas (Sao Paulo)
Paulinho (Corinthians)
Ralf (Corinthians)
Thiago Neves (Fluminense)

Leandro Damiao (Internacional)
Luis Fabiano (Sao Paulo)
Neymar (Santos)
Wellington Nem (Fluminense)