World Cup finalists Algeria have added another friendly international to their World Cup preparations ahead of Brazil 2014.
The Algerian Football Federation said in a statement on Sunday that the Desert Foxes will play Armenia in a warm-up game in Geneva on 31 May.
The match will be one of three fixtures they have planned before Algeria head to Brazil,.
The North Africans will be in Group H with Belgium, Russia and South Korea.
Algeria will be aiming to reach the knock-out stages of global football's showpiece event for the first time.
They have already set up a warm-up game with Romania in Geneva on 4 June.
Algeria will also host Slovenia in Blida on Wednesday as they begin the build-up to their second successive World Cup appearance.