Nigeria are set to face the Ivory Coast and Tunisia in international friendlies in October.
The matches, both set to take place in Austria were confirmed by Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president Amaju Pinnick.
He revealed that Nigeria would play Ivory Coast on October 9 before facing Tunisia four days later.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a number of matches being postponed across the continent, including AFCON 21 and World Cup qualifying matches.
Nigeria’s last match was in November 2019, an AFCON 2021 qualifier against Lesotho which they won 4-2.
It was their second victory from two matches in the qualifiers which are set to continue in November.
Ivory Coast’s last match was also last November, a 2-1 loss to Ethiopia in the qualifiers, while Tunisia beat Equatorial Guinea in their last outing.