The Brazilian team will face Ghana and Tunisia, two African teams qualified for the World Cup in Qatar in their preparation for the tournament that begins in November, when coach Tite’s team will face Cameroon in the first round.
Brazil will meet Ghana on September 23, and four days later they will play Tunisia. The friendlies will take place in Europe, but the venues are yet to be defined.
In addition to Cameroon, Brazil will face Serbia and Switzerland in the first round of the World Cup.
In Group H, Ghana will face Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea. Tunisia, meanwhile, has been drawn in Group D along with France, Denmark and Australia.