Group leader Türkiye will play against Croatia in a UEFA EURO 2024 qualifying match at home on Tuesday.
Türkiye, which beat Armenia 2-1 in the Group D opener on Saturday, targets Croatia in a second matchday showdown at Bursa Buyuksehir Belediye Stadium.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup bronze medalists Croatia were held to a 1-1 draw by Wales on Saturday in Split.
Welsh forward Nathan Broadhead rescued Wales on his debut, scoring the equalizer against Croatia in the 93rd minute.
Türkiye is top of Group D with three points, while Wales and Croatia have one point each. Latvia and Armenia have zero points in the group.
The game in Bursa will kick off at 1845GMT.
On the same day, Wales will host Latvia in a Group D game in Cardiff.
Türkiye and Croatia previously played against each other many times as they last met in a 2020 friendly that ended 3-3 in Istanbul.
The teams were in the same group at the EURO 2016 as Luka Modric-led Croatia beat Türkiye 1-0 in a Group D match in Paris.
In the EURO 2008 quarterfinals, Türkiye eliminated Croatia on penalties after the extra time ended 1-1 in Vienna, one of the most dramatic matches in the tournament.