Coach Graham Arnold has named a 24-man squad ahead of the clash at CommBank Stadium in Parramatta next Thursday night.
The trio will also miss Australia's World Cup qualifier against China in the United Arab Emirates on Nov. 16.
Melbourne City attacking trio Mathew Leckie, Jamie Maclaren and Andrew Nabbout have been recalled thanks to easing border restrictions. Sydney FC's Rhyan Grant is the other A-League player to earn selection.
"With border restrictions in some locations across the nation easing, we've been able to welcome some Australian-based players back into the Socceroos' family this window," Arnold said in a statement.
"Mathew [Leckie], Jamie [Maclaren], and Andrew [Nabbout] have all been watching our campaign from afar over the past two months, and they are thrilled with the opportunity to re-join the squad and make an impact on our qualification campaign.
"Tom Rogic, Aaron Mooy and Adam Taggart were unavailable for selection this window due to injury or quarantine, however we have developed good depth and the squad that has been selected is one that we have full belief in to perform strongly."
The match is just the second the Socceroos have played in Australia during their qualifying campaign due to the pandemic.
They last defeated Nepal 5-0 in Canberra in October 2019.
With capacity limits at NSW sporting venues no longer in place, a crowd of close to 30,000 could attend.