Neymar, who did not play in Brazil's last three qualifiers, returned to the squad.
Group leader Brazil, which has already secured a place at the World Cup finals, takes on sixth-place Chile at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on March 24. Five days later, Brazilwill visit Bolivia.
The Brazilian soccer confederation also said on Friday that the team will play five friendlies ahead of the World Cup against as yet unnamed opposition. In addition, Brazil must complete the abandoned qualifer match against Argentina, which was originally halted due to alleged coronavirus-related breaches.