Belgium and Tunisia will both be in friendly action on 27 March.
While England are entertaining Italy at Wembley, Gareth Southgate will have trusted scouts in place in both Brussels and Nice to run the rule over two of their World Cup group opponents.
Fellow Russia 2018 finalists Saudi Arabia will provide the opposition for Belgium with Roberto Martinez's side considered one of the favourites to lift the trophy in the summer.
The Spaniard presides over a squad containing many of the Premier League’s star names such as Eden Hazard and Kevin de Bruyne.
Having held a warm-up camp at the beginning of the year, Tunisia will also be in action during the next international break.
The Eagles of Carthage will take on Iran on home soil before travelling to Nice in France for a meeting with Costa Rica.
The most recent FIFA World Rankings have seen Tunisia rise to 23rd, their highest position since 2015.