MARK Travers has been selected in Ireland's 25-man squad for their upcoming fixtures against Switzerland and Bulgaria.

The goalkeeper was part of Mick McCarthy's provisional inflated group, but the Cherries man has now also made the cut for the final squad.

Republic of Ireland host Switzerland in a Euro 2020 qualifier before a friendly in Dublin against Bulgaria.

The 20-year-old is yet to make a senior appearance for the Irish senior side but has played three times for Cherries, including last night where his three penalty saves earned victory over Forest Green Rovers in the Carabao Cup.

Travers is one of three goalkeepers in the squad for the games over the next fortnight, alongside Middlesbrough's Darren Randolph and Keiren Westwood of Sheffield Wednesday.

Gavin Kilkenny is also set to represent Ireland in the coming weeks, selected in their under-21 squad.

Other Cherries men called up to feature in the upcoming international games include Philip Billing (Denmark), Ryan Fraser (Scotland), Nathan Ake (Netherlands), Chris Mepham and David Brooks (both Wales).