In this friendly in Lisbon, will Portugal put on a show before jetting off to Qatar.
A Seleção won the Euros in 2016 and the Nations League in 2019, but haven’t enjoyed much recent success at World Cups.
Aside from their semi-final round in 2006, Portugal haven’t won a World Cup knockout match since 1966, going out in the last 16 four years ago.
Fernando Santos’ side kick off their campaign next Thursday against Ghana, before meeting Uruguay and Korea Republic in a competitive Group H.
Will Portugal put on a show in front of a home crowd?
Nigeria meantime will not be in Qatar next week after they were beaten by Ghana in March’s Africa play-offs.
This was heartbreaking for the Super Eagles, who’d only failed to qualify for one one of the previous seven editions.
Since then, José Peseiro has taken over as Head Coach, targeting Africa Cup of Nations glory in January 2024.
Here though, Portugal are likely to cruise to victory at Estádio José Alvalade.