The game against Myanmar will be held on November 14th at Goa and Constantine will get a chance to assess the 28-man probable squad which was announced last week.
The camp will be held at the Andheri Sports Complex in Mumbai after which the squad will be trimmed.
There is not a lot riding on this game for India, given that they have already qualified for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup by virtue of winning all their four matches in the qualifying group so far and thus are assured of a top-two spot.
The first of those four games had seen India battle Myanmar in Yangon where captain Sunil Chhetri popped up with a late winner to give the Blue Tigers a crucial win.
Interestingly, midfielder Pronay Halder and winger Bikash Jairu have made the probable squad after recovering from long-term injuries and will be looking to impress the coach and make the final squad.