The 33-year-old missed the first four matches of their World Cup qualifying campaign, but is expected to start in the friendly clash against Austria at the Liberty Stadium.
Wales enter the match having won just one of their last five matches in all competitions, with that victory coming against Scotland in their World Cup qualification clash in October.
Chris Coleman's side were surprisingly beaten at home to Bosnia in their last friendly match in Wales and will be keen to return to form ahead of their qualification matches.
Austria, meanwhile, enter the match having won two of their last five matches in all competitions. They were beaten in their last friendly match, however, as they lost 3-0 to Ivory Coast in November.
Wales: Myhill; Gunter, Williams, Matthews, Davies; Collison, Allen, Ramsey; Bale, Church, Bellamy
Austria: Almer; Pogatetz, Fuchs, Prodl, Garics; Ivanschitz, Kavlak, Alaba, Janscher; Harnik, Janko
Sports Mole says: 2-2