The divisive Real Madrid defender has been welcomed back into the international fold after missing his country's last fixture through suspension
The 30-year-old, who made his 51st appearance for the national side against Azerbaijan in March, was suspended for Portugal's last qualifying game against Russia on June 7.
He was also absent for the 1-0 friendly win in Croatia three days later, but returns to the squad for the final game before their World Cup qualifier against Northern Ireland in September.
It will be the first time Portugal and the Oranje have met since their group fixture in Euro 2012 - which Portugal won 2-1 - and Bento has kept faith with Manchester United winger Nani, as well as recalling Zenit St Petersburg forward Danny.
There is no place for Hugo Almeida, however, despite the forward starting the victory over Croatia at the Stade de Geneve, while Andre Martins of Sporting Lisbon could be given his second cap as he replaces the injured Raul Meireles.
Both sides currently top their qualification groups for the World Cup next year, with Portugal having lost just one game so far.
After they travel to Windsor Park to face Northern Ireland, Bento’s side will round off their campaign with home fixtures against Israel and Luxembourg, while also taking on Brazil in a non-competitive tie.
|Rui Patricio||Sporting Lisbon|
|Fabio Coentrao||Real Madrid|
|Neto||Zenit St Petersburg|
|Andre Martins||Sporting Lisbon|
|Miguel Veloso||Dynamo Kiev|
|Cristiano Ronaldo||Real Madrid|
|Danny||Zenit St Petersburg|