Benjamin Mendy has been handed a recall for France's Euro 2020 qualifiers against Moldova and Albania.
The Manchester City full-back was given the nod over Real Madrid counterpart Ferland Mendy when France's squad was announced on Thursday.
Coach Didier Deschamps named a 23-man selection which includes Kylian Mbappe, who has not featured for his country since June amid injury problems.
Similar issues have hindered Benjamin Mendy, though to a much greater extent, the former Monaco star having required knee surgery during his stop-start time at the Etihad Stadium. Benjamin Mendy last appeared at international level in the Nations League last September.
Nabil Fekir, who was absent for the previous two international matches, also returns, and N'Golo Kante is included.
Injury meant midfielder Kante could not feature in the previous international break, though he did not return to Chelsea until after the second fixture, frustrating Frank Lampard.
There is no place in the squad for Barcelona duo Ousmane Dembele or Samuel Umtiti, while Hugo Lloris, Paul Pogba and Lucas Hernandez are all sidelined.
France sits joint-top of Group H alongside Turkey, boasting a four-point lead over third-placed Iceland with two matches remaining. Moldova visits the Stade de France on November 14, and France concludes its qualifying campaign in Albania on November 17.