Dubai will play host to three of Thursday’s fixtures; UAE vs Tajikistan, Iraq vs Jordan and Bahrain vs Lebanon while Sharjah welcomes Syria and Uzbekistan.
Thursday’s other friendly involving an Asian side sees Islamic Republic of Iran facing Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Asim Ferhatovic Hase Olympic Stadium in Sarajevo.
Friday will see two Asian giants squaring up against Central American sides in Austria as Japan take on Panama while AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 champions Qatar face Costa Rica.
Three-time AFC Asian Cup winners Saudi Arabia will be in action on Sunday when they welcome the ‘Reggae Boys’ from Jamaica in Riyadh, while fellow Asian giants Korea Republic square off against Mexico in Austria on the same day.
Dubai is set to play host once again on Monday, as UAE face Bahrain and Jordan come up against Syria.
The following day will see a rematch between Saudi Arabia and Jamaica in Riyadh, while four-time AFC Asian Cup champions Japan take on Mexico and Qatar square up against Korea Republic, with both fixtures to be played in Austria.
Thursday: UAE vs Tajikistan, Iraq vs Jordan, Syria vs Uzbekistan, Bahrain vs Lebanon, Bosnia and Herzegovina vs IR Iran.
Friday: Japan vs Panama, Qatar vs Costa Rica.
Saturday: Saudi Arabia vs Jamaica.
Sunday: Korea Republic vs Mexico.
Monday: Jordan vs Syria, UAE vs Bahrain.
Tuesday: Saudi Arabia vs Jamaica, Japan vs Mexico, Qatar vs Korea Republic.