BBC Scotland will provide live television, radio and online coverage of Scotland's friendly with Nigeria on 28 May.
Nigeria will use the match as preparation for the World Cup Finals, where they will face Argentina, Bosnia-Hercegovina and Iran.
"After Scotland's recent run of good form, interest is high," said BBC Scotland's head of sport Ewan Angus.
"I'm delighted we can give supporters the chance to catch up with the national team as they aim for another good result against high-quality opposition," he added.
For the BBC One Scotland coverage, presenter Rob Maclean will be joined by Kris Boyd and Pat Nevin, who have a combined total of 46 Scotland caps, while former international striker Kevin Gallacher will join Liam McLeod in the commentary box.
And on radio, former Scotland defender Willie Miller will take in the match with Sportsound commentator John Barnes.
The television and radio coverage will also be streamed on the BBC Sport website, where there will also be a live text commentary of the match.