Leg-spinner Ish Sodhi and batting all-rounder Corey Anderson are the two members of New Zealand's squad for the Test series versus Bangladesh next month without five-day experience.
Daniel Vettori, Martin Guptill and Tim Southee were left out of the 15-man group for the two Tests due to injuries, although Southee could join the tour if he recovers fully from ankle surgery in time.
No other players were omitted from the squad that toured England earlier this year, with the Northern Districts pair of Sodhi and Anderson the two inclusions from outside that party.
Speaking of Sodhi and Anderson, coach Mike Hesson said: "Both players have been on our radar and we've been pleased with the consistency Ish showed with the ball on the current NZA tour while Corey made an impressive century earlier this week. Corey gives the squad options as he can bat in the top six and provide useful seam bowling.
"The Bangladesh tour is a good opportunity to introduce a promising spinner, and having two specialist spinners in the squad gives us the option to utilise wickets that are likely to turn."
New Zealand squad: Brendon McCullum (capt), Peter Fulton, Hamish Rutherford, Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor, Dean Brownlie, BJ Watling, Tom Latham, Corey Anderson, Doug Bracewell, Neil Wagner, Trent Boult, Mark Gillespie, Ish Sodhi, Bruce Martin.