Portugal will face the likes of Bulgaria and Belgium in March, the Portuguese Football Federation has confirmed.
The Selecao will take on Bulgaria on 25 March in front of home fans, but the venue has yet to be chosen.
Four days later Fernando Santos’ men will square off against Belgium in Brussels and they will certainly use the upcoming friendly matches as good tests for their Euro 2021 opener against Iceland.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. take on Lars Lagerback’s troops in Saint Etienne on 14 June and they will face the likes of Austria and Hungary in Group F as well.
Portugal finished their qualifying campaign in top position in Group I, seven points clear of second-placed Albania.
Fernando Santos’ team recorded a routine 2-0 win over Luxembourg in their last friendly game.