Two more men have been charged over a home invasion in Sydney's south where a man was shot in the face.
The June 13 incident unfolded when two men went into a unit at Wolli Creek and allegedly threatened a group of people.
A 38-year-old man was allegedly pistol-whipped and another man, 35, was shot in the face, before the assailants made off with mobile phones, personal items and cash.
Two men are already before the courts charged over the invasion.
Police said a 23-year-old man and a 34-year-old man were arrested at homes at Burwood on Tuesday.
Police will allege in court the younger man was a driver while the older man gave access to the unit block.
The pair are due to face Burwood Local Court on Wednesday charged with robbery armed with offensive weapon cause wounding (grievous bodily harm).