England coach Wayne Bennett’s first game in charge will be against France on October 22.
The tie takes place in Avignon at the Parc des Sports.
Bennet said: “I can imagine that they were disappointed with how things went when we met them last year. When you play a side at their stadium and in front of their fans, then things can change.
“There’s a lot of pride on the line and an added pressure of doing your best for your country.
“This is my first opportunity to see the squad in action and I feel an away game is good preparation to see how everyone comes together in a new environment.
“The Four Nations is getting closer and I’m happy with how England’s plans are going so far.”
Four Nations schedule:
Friday October 28 (8.00pm): Australia v Scotland, KC Lightstream Stadium, Hull
Saturday October 29 (2.30pm): England v New Zealand, The John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield
Saturday November 5 (5.30pm): England v Scotland, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Saturday November 5 (8.00pm): New Zealand v Australia, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Friday November 11 (8.00pm): New Zealand v Scotland, The Zebra Claims Stadium, Workington
Sunday November 13 (3.30pm): England v Australia, The Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
Sunday November 20 (2.30pm): Final, Anfield, Liverpool.