Cameroon to face France

Cameroon's national football team in 2015
Cameroon are top of their Africa Cup of Nations qualifying group and are in the final round of World Cup qualifiers

France will play Cameroon in a friendly as part of their preparations to host the European Championship.

Didier Deschamps's team will take on Cameroon on 30 May in the French city of Nantes.

Cameroon will be preparing for a trip to play Mauritania in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier the following weekend.

The Indomitable Lions are currently top of Group M having won both their qualifiers so far.

Before June's game against Mauritania the Cameroonians have home and away games against South Africa in March.

The Indomitable Lions are still without a permanent coach as Alexandre Belinga continues as the interim boss.

"As long as a coach is not appointed, Belinga would continue to assume the position," the Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) president Tombi A Roko Sidiki said.

"The process is still on. Recruiting a coach is not easy."