The Brazilians were spectacularly bounced out of the 2014 World Cup, losing 7-1 in the semifinals to Germany, which went on to win its fourth title. The games start on June 14.
The Socceroos will finalise their preparations with a friendly against Hungary in Budapest on Sunday morning (AEST), before they open their World Cup tilt against France in Kazan on June 16.
Russian Federation is "100 percent ready" to host the World Cup, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Wednesday as he addressed concerns about racism, human rights and security in the host country a week before the tournament begins.
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In a statement, Federation Internationale de Football Association warned it would cancel any World Cup tickets identified as having been purchased through the Swiss-based website.
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World Cup holders Germany stay top after the latest round of global fixtures, while the rest of the top seven - Brazil, Belgium, Portugal, Argentina, Switzerland and France - remained unchanged from May's rankings.
But Turkey, who failed to qualify for the World Cup, drew level just before the hour-mark when Malli picked out the bottom-left corner from 25 yards.
He called it a good helper to the referees, saying they were entitled to assistance if an opportunity for it existed while the introduction of VAR would definitely add fairness to the game.
Belgium, Portugal and Argentina complete the top five while the only change in the top 10 sees Poland up two places to eighth in a straight swap with Spain.
Germany, ranked number one as they seek to become the first back-to-back champions in 56 years, face opponents ranked 15th, 24th and 57th for a group average of 24.25, third-easiest on paper.
The three-time Asian Cup victor easily qualified for their second successive World Cup, going unbeaten in 10 matches in their Asian group.