China has a 28-players-squad from which the national team coach Gao Hongbo will choose the starting 11 that will face Macedonia.
Only few potential internationals were active as many leagues are on winter break.
Former Macedonian national team player Aleksandar Mitreski will continue his career in FC Aarau.
Macedonian U19 national team has arranged two friendly matches against Greece U19 in January, next year.
Krste Velkoski is no longer a player of Enosis Neon Paralimni after his contract was terminated by mutual termination.
Former U21 national team goalkeeper Aleksandar Vrteski will continue his career in the Indonesian club Solo FC.
Sasa Ognenovski and his Seongnam are going to face Goran Pandev’s Inter in the semi-finals of the 2010 FIFA Club World Cup that is beeing played in the UAE.
Former U21 national team player Marko Pavlov will continue his career in Iceland at the team Breiðablik.
Vlade Lazarevski will not travel to China for the friendly game and Perica Stanceski will take his place in the national team.
Goran Popov with an assist as Dynamo Kyiv advanced to the Europa League Round of 32, while Darko Tasevski remains out with an injury for Levski.