The Canadian women's soccer team will play Argentina and Morocco in international friendlies in Spain during the October FIFA international window.

The seventh-ranked Canadians will face No. 31 Argentina on Oct. 6 and No. 76 Morocco on Oct. 10, with both matches at Estadio Municipal de Chapin in Jerez

"This window gives us the opportunity to experience different styles of opposition that will come with the expanded 32-nation FIFA Women's World Cup,"

Canada coach Bev Priestman said in a statement. "I'm glad we secured two nations that have qualified and who we could very much face next summer.

"There are still some players missing with injuries and so I hope we can continue to assess players in the wider pool and see them take their opportunity

 to step up as we saw many do in Australia. This is the last window before the FIFA Women's World Cup draw and so from this window we are excited

 to learn our path and finalize 2022-2023 planning."

The draw for the 2023 World Cup, co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, is scheduled for Oct. 22 in Auckland.

The Olympic champion Canadian women have won all five of their previous matches with Argentina, outscoring the South Americans 12-1. 

Canada prevailed 1-0 when they met last time out, in February 2021 at the SheBelieves Cup in Orlando