Cambodia will take on Timor Leste at the National Olympic Stadium on 29 May as a tune-up for their qualifying round of the 2019 Asian Cup next month.
With the match against Taiwan in Taipei looming on 2 June before the return tie five days later, the game will be as important to Taiwan as it is for Timor Leste.
Timor Leste will take on Malaysia in a two-legged match in Johor Baru.
“The friendly serves as a good lead-up for the team, which has been going through its preparations,” said May Tola, the spokesman for the Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC).
“We hope the national team can make the best use of the enormous experience the second round of the World Cup qualifiers has given the side.”