Slovenia coach Matjaz Kek stuck to the core of players which qualified the nation for South Africa when he named his provisional 30-man party for the World Cup finals.
There had been speculation Newcastle youngster Haris Vuckic and former captain Klemen Lavric might earn call-ups but neither made the cut.
Kek said: ''The wider the list is a starting point for the final selection, which, under the rules of FIFA will be known in early June. We are now putting the players though individual tests, medical examinations and individual exercises.''
Slovenia have been drawn in Group C alongside England, the United States and Algeria.
The Slovenia squad is: Samir Handanovic (Udinese), Jasmin Handanovic (Mantova), Aleksander Seliga (Sparta Rotterdam), Jan Koprivec (Udinese); Bojan Jokic (Chievo), Marko Suler (Gent), Bostjan Cesar (Grenoble), Branko Ilic (FC Moscow), Matej Mavric-Rozic (Koblenz), Dejan Kelhar (Cercle Brugge), Elvedin Dzinic (Maribor), Miso Brecko (Cologne), Aleksandar Rajcevic (Koper), Suad Filekovic (Maribor); Andraz Kirm (Wisla Krakow), Andrej Komac (Maccabi Tel-Aviv), Rene Krhin (Inter Milan), Mirnes Sisic (Giannina), Darjan Matic (Rapid Bucharest), Dare Vrsic (Koper), Dalibor Stevanovic (Vitesse Arnhem), Robert Koren (West Brom), Aleksander Radosavljevic (Larissa), Valter Birsa (Auxerre); Milivoje Novakovic (Cologne), Zlatko Dedic (Bochum), Zlatan Ljubijankic (Gent), Nejc Pecnik (Nacional), Miran Burgic (AIK Solna), Tim Matavz (FC Groningen).