Dunga and his Brazil team will look to continue their improvement from that awful World Cup at home when they take in Austria in an international friendly in Vienna.
Results have been quite good ever since Dunga took over the national team, with the latest positive one coming via a 4-0 win over Turkey last week.
Neymar was the main man for Brazil again in that game, and if the Barcelona forward keeps up his form on Tuesday as well, then Austria could be in for a thumping.
Dunga confirmed he will name an unchanged side that eased past Turkey last week, even if the manager was impressed by the players who came in as substitutes.
The Brazil manager, who has named a European-based squad this time around, believes he has the strength in depth now to be able to pick and choose his squad at will, without worrying about a drop in quality.
"In the game against Turkey I took off Willian, who was having a great game, and put on Douglas Costa," Dunga said on Monday. I also took off Oscar and put on [Philippe] Coutinho. Both Costa and Coutinho played very well.
"As did [Roberto] Firmino, Fred and Casemiro, who also came on. They sent their message that they're ready to play.
"In the Selecao now, training is close to the level of games. Moreover, with so many young players, they do not stop running and want to train even harder.
"Each player is seeking a place in the team and they thus participate in every practice session as if they were playing in a competitive match.
"So, I now have more doubts in my head about my team. The group of players that could be called for the next games has soared."
Dunga will want his side to be as settled and well-drilled as possible ahead of the Copa America in Chile next summer.
The Brazil manager will also want to sort out any tension between Thiago Silva, the man who captained the Selecao at the World Cup, and Neymar, who has taken over the captain's armband since, after Silva admitted his disappointment at seeing his role as captain vanish, following a spell on the sidelines due to injury.
Thiago, though, did come out and insist he has no problems with Neymar or Dunga. "Things are fine with Neymar and Dunga," he said. "I had to clarify some things. Some things that were said that were not true. Neymar understood my intention.
"The controversy is sad because we have a sibling relationship. He is like my younger brother. And that will not change, I said this to him. This will not end our relationship."
While Brazil have shown great form of late, Austria will not be an easy team to break down, with the Marcel Koller's side showing their strength in the first four matches of the European Championships qualifiers with three victories to take the top spot in Group G.
Where to Watch Live
The match is scheduled for a 7 pm CET (11.30 pm IST, 4 pm Brazil time) start with live coverage in India on Ten Action and Ten HD. The match can also be watched via live streaming online on Ten Sports Live.
Catch the match in Brazil on Globo and Austria on ORF 1. Viewers in the USA and Canada can watch the game on Bein Sports, while they can also live stream the action on Bein Sports USA Connect TV.
Bein Sports Arabia will provide live coverage of the international friendly between Austria and USA for viewers in the Middle East and North Africa, while they can also watch the match via live streaming online on Bein Sports Connect.
Brazil lineup: Diego Alves; Danilo, Miranda, Luiz, Filipe Luis; Gustavo, Fernandinho; Willian, Oscar, Neymar; Adriano.