Friendly international: Turkey v Northern Ireland team news
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has travelled to Adana with only a 17-man squad for Friday's friendly with Turkey.
Last Updated: 14/11/13 7:10pm
O'Neill has been hit by a number of withdrawals from his original squad with Gareth McAuley, Chris Brunt, Michael O'Connor, Jamie Ward and Shane Ferguson all pulling out.
Kyle Lafferty, who is due to become a father for the second time, Corry Evans and Craig Cathcart are also unavailable.
Hibernian defenders Ryan McGivern and James McPake were both added to the squad on Tuesday to boost O'Neill's options at the back.
New York Red Bulls midfielder Jonny Steele was also called up last Friday and the 27-year-old is set to make his debut after O'Neill ruled out any more additions.
"That's what we have to choose from. The reality is the next couple of players to be called into the squad would be from League Two," he said.
"Before you look at that level of football, without being disrespectful, you're essentially looking at a possible squad of about 27 players.
"That's where we are, we have 11 players unavailable to us for one reason or another.
"Going forward into the campaign we cannot have that level of unavailability if we're to have a fighting chance in whatever group we're in."
Turkey missed out on qualification for the World Cup and boss Fatih Terim has named an experimental squad.
Fenerbahce midfielder Salih Ucan is likely to win his first cap, while Akhisar Belediyespor midfielder Bilal Kisa has received his first call-up since 2006.
Borussia Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin is expected to be rested, while Recep Kivrak, Yusuf Erdogan, Mustafa Pektemek, Ertugrul Taskiran, Alper Potuk, Omer Toprak and Hakan Calhanoglu have all been ruled out through injury.