The Indomitable Lionesses are making their second appearance on the global stage and have been placed against Canada, New Zealand and the Netherland in Group E.
In January, Coach Alain Djeumfa took over from sacked erstwhile Joseph Ndoko, who led the team to a third place finish at the 2018 African Women's Cup of Nations in Ghana.
With three months to this summer's global championship, the France-bound side are yet to play any high-profile friendly since Ghana 2018 last December.
In China, they will face Croatia in the opener on April 4 in Wuhua before taking on winner between China and Russia in the third place or final on April 7 in the same venue.
NATIONAL TEAM | China will have another tournament in preparation for @FIFAWWC. The Steel Roses play against Russia and then face Cameroon/Croatia in the final or for the third place (on day 07) of Wuhan Four Nation. #SteelRoses— China Women's National Football Team (@ChinaWNFT) March 20, 2019
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Cameroon will look to make a fine start to the their second outing against Canada on June 10 before games against the Netherlands and New Zealead respectively.