The Indianapolis Star first reported the bout on its website earlier on Wednesday.
Cerrone, who has won three of his four most recent fights, will attempt to win his second bout in a row. He defeated former Strikeforce contender K.J. Noons by unanimous decision on May 25 to improve to 20-5 with one no contest.
The 30-year-old Cerrone came up short in a lightweight title eliminator on Jan. 26 when Anthony Pettis knocked him out in the first round. Cerrone is currently ranked seventh among 155-pound fighters by ESPN.com.
Dos Anjos, 28, is currently riding a four-fight win streak. He improved to 19-6 on May 18 with a unanimous decision over Evan Dunham.