Barrow is joined in the squad by Mustapha Carayol of Leeds United, on loan from Middlesbrough.
Gambia coach Sang John Ndong appointed last February named six locally based players for the Day 3 clash on Friday, 25 March away in Nouakchott, and the reverse four days later in Banjul.
The local players include goalkeeper Christopher Allen of current league leaders, Gambia Ports Authority (GPA) and Armed Forces' Emil Sambou. The rest are Mass Manga of Hawks and midfield trio Gregory Sambou, Alagie Bah and Lamin Charty of GPA, Real de Banjul and Hawks respectively.
The Scorpions sit third in Group M with one point which was a draw in Durban against South Africa. Cameroon occupies the top spot on six points with Mauritania trailing with three points.
Goalkeepers: Modou Jobe (Niarry-Tally, Senegal), Christopher Allen (GPA)
Defenders: Kebba Ceesay (Lech Poznan, Poland), Bubacarr Sanneh (AC Horsens, Denmark), Omar Colley (Djurgaden IF, Sweden), Mass Manga (Hawks), Ibou Touray (Rhyl FC, Wales), Kaba Sambou (Stade de Mbour, Senegal),
Midfielders: Alieu Jatta (Generation Foot, Senegal), Gregory Sambou (GPA),
Alagie Bah (Real de Banjul), Lamin Charty (Hawks), Hamza Barry (Hapoel Tel Aviv, Israel), Mustapha Carayol (Leeds United, England), Modou Barrow (Swansea City, England)
Forwards: Muhammed Conteh (Mbour Petit Cote, Senegal), Demba Savage (Hacken, Sweden), Omar Jagne (Dalkurd, Sweden), Pa Amat Dibba (GIF Sundsvall, Sweden), Emil Sambou (Armed Forces).