It has been confirmed that Brazil will face Nigeria three days after playing against Senegal on the 10 October, at the National Stadium in Singapore.
Senegal, who lost the Africa Cup of Nations final to Algeria, are the continent’s top-ranked African side and will be having their first ever meeting with Brazil.
Nigeria, who won Bronze in Egypt, will be meeting Brazil for the second time at senior level following a 3-0 defeat in a friendly in June 2003 in Abuja.
“We chose two of the best African teams because they are high level opponents,” Brazil Football Confederation official Juninho Paulista said on the website.
“It was a wish of the technical commission. So we went after these opponents.”
The friendlies are in line with Brazil’s wishes to play top 50 ranked teams whenever possible.
Brazil’s only other Africa opponent under coach Tite was a 1-0 win over Cameroon in November last year, in a match played in England.
It will be Brazil’s second game in Singapore following a Neymar-inspired victory over Japan in October 2014.