(Alfie Pavey scored the winner when the two side’s last met. Picture: David Loveday)
England C will take on familiar foe Estonia in June.
Non-League’s Three Lions came out on top when the teams last met earlier this season at Leyton Orient.
Dover Athletic striker Alfie Pavey, then at Havant & Waterlooville, scored the only goal from the penalty spot.
The countries have locked horns several times in recent years and Paul Fairclough’s Young Lions will return to Tallinn in the summer for the game on Wednesday June 5.
Before then, they take on Wales at Salford City on Tuesday March 19 with Fairclough busy making decisions on who will be in his squad before it is due to be released later this month.
“We’re really excited about the next two games, especially off the back of the victory against Estonia at Leyton Orient,” the legendary Lions boss Fairclough said.
“They’re allies of us now and we always have really competitive games against them so it will be another good experience for the players.
“There is lots of exciting talent in Non-League football and I’ve got some decisions to make before we name the squad for the Wales game in March.”
England C fixtures:
England C v Wales – Tuesday, March 19 – Peninsula Stadium, Salford City
Estonia v England C – Wednesday, June 5 – Tallinn