Wales will play a friendly against minnows Gibraltar in Portugal on June 6.

The match at the Estadio Algarve near Faro will take place three days before Rob Page’s side meet Slovakia in Trnava.

The double-header will act as preparation for Wales’ forthcoming Nations League campaign following their failure to qualify for Euro 2024 this summer.

Wales host Turkey on September 6 then head to Montenegro on September 9.

They travel to Iceland on October 11 and entertain Montenegro on October 14 before the group ends with Turkey away on November 16 and a home clash with Iceland on November 19.

Qualification for the World Cup starts in spring 2025 with the draw taking place after this summer's Euros.

Slovakia have made it to Germany and will use the friendly to tune up for clashes with Belgium, Romania and Ukraine.

Wales met Gibraltar for the first time at men’s senior level in October, with Page’s men emerging 4-0 winners in a Wrexham friendly thanks to first-half goals by Kieffer Moore (two), Ben Davies and Nathan Broadhead.