Wales manager Ryan Giggs has admitted it was a tough decision to add Tom Lawrence in his 26-man squad after this month to face Croatia and Slovakia.
Lawrence was charged later being involved after a group night with Derby County.
The 25-year-old is expected to look at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates Court on October 15.
It was a case of talking to everybody concerned, said Giggs. Weve been pleased with Derby and I talked with Philip Cocu to see exactly what their stance was. It wasnt an easy choice.
But from a football perspective, he performed with Derby and I wanted him engaged in the group. He is an important player for us.
Before World Cup finalists Croatia visit the Cardiff City Stadium on October 13 wales face Slovakia at a Euro 2020 qualifier at Trnava on October 10 – two weeks ahead of Lawrence is due to appear in court.
Its not going to be simple because he might be considering this, said Giggs. I will see how he is through this week, observe how he trains and make a determination whether to begin with him or her not in some of those games
Central defender Ashley Williams contributes to the squad after being left outside for the wins of last month over Belarus and Azerbaijan. Williams was without a club in the time after being released from Everton but has joined Championship side Bristol City.
If Ash performs then he is the captain, supported Giggs. Its fantastic to get him back. He had not needed a club that was why I left him out, but now hes back playing well and enjoying regularly so hes back
Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey comes back into the squad while Gareth Bale and Daniel James also have been included.
Wales are fourth in their eligibility category, having taken six points.
Wales team to face Croatia and Slovakia:
Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey, Danny Ward
Defenders: Chris Gunter, Ashley Williams Neil Taylor, Connor Roberts, Chris Mepham Joe Rodon
Midfielders: Jonny Williams, Ethan Ampadu, Aaron Ramsey Joe Morell, Will Vaulks, Matt Smith, Harry Wilson
Forwards: Daniel James, Sam Vokes, Tyler Roberts Rabbi Matondo Gareth Bale
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