The influential Arsenal midfielder is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury and will struggle to be fit for the Red Dragons' opening qualifying match for the 2018 World Cup against Moldova on September 5
Manager Coleman will announce his selection on Wednesday and he is expected to keep faith with many of the players who excelled in the summer after they beat Slovakia, Russia, Northern Ireland and much-fancied Belgium en route to their semi-final defeat by Portugal
Midfielder Jonathan Williams will definitely be left out of the squad as he is suffering with a hamstring problem
Star man Gareth Bale scored in all three group games at the Euros and has begun the new LaLiga season in fine form with a brace in Real Madrid's opening win over Coleman's former club Real Sociedad.
Hal Robson-Kanu will also be hopeful of playing a part at the Cardiff City Stadium, despite still being without a club following his departure from Reading at the end of last season.
The forward grabbed the headlines with a spectacular goal in the quarter-final victory against the Belgians in June but his lack of football should see Burnley's Sam Vokes lead the line on the back of his first Premier League goal against Liverpool.
Emyr Huws and Tom Bradshaw missed out on selection for the Euros but could earn recalls after summer transfers
Midfielder Huws has swapped Wigan for Cardiff, while Bradshaw has joined Barnsley from Walsall.
Defender Paul Dummett (Newcastle) and striker Tom Lawrence (Leicester) will also hope to be involved but Adam Matthews, on loan at Bristol City from Sunderland, is definitely out after sustaining a hamstring injury
Source : PA