Morocco will take on the Democratic Republic of Congo in a friendly match on March 26 in Libreville, Gabon as part of their preparations for the 2020 African Nations Championships in Cameroon.
The two teams, made up of locally-based players, will use the tie to fine-tune their tactics ahead of the tournament that will run between April 4 to 25 in Cameroon.
The Moroccans were drawn in Pool C alongside Uganda, Rwanda and Togo while DR Congo are in Pool B with Libya, Niger and Congo-Brazzaville.
The two teams will be pitching camp in Libreville before they fly to Yaounde for CHAN and they will take the chance to play a friendly match in the Gabonese city.
Morocco is handled by Houcine Ammouta while the Leopards are coached by TP Mazembe coach Mihayo Kazembe.