Northern Ireland take on the Netherlands at Windsor Park this weekend in a make-or-break clash in their pursuit of a place at Euro 2020.
Michael O’Neill’s men are three points behind the Dutch and Germany in Group C with all three sides having two games left.
Northern Ireland know a win on Saturday would put them level on points with the Dutch with one game remaining.
They then take on Germany on Tuesday while the Netherlands host Estonia.
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Northern Ireland vs Netherlands: Date and kick off time
The qualifying clash will take place on Saturday, November 16 with kick off at 7:45pm.
The Dutch beat Michael O’Neill’s men 3-1 last month after scoring three goals in the final 10 minutes.
Northern Ireland vs Netherlands: TV channel and live stream
The match is being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football in the UK with their programme beginning at 7:15pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £8.99.
Northern Ireland vs Netherlands: Pre-match thoughts
Niall McGinn on Michael O’Neill being appointed as Stoke boss but remaining in charge of Northern Ireland: “We know Saturday is going to be a nice send-off for him with it possibly being his last home game.
“All in all, it’s down to us as players to carry on as usual, keep working hard behind the scenes and look forward to these big games.
“It’s hard to take away the circumstances, it’s hard to take away the atmosphere and a lot of people are talking about it potentially being his last home game.
“We just have to go out on the pitch and worry about putting in a good performance for ourselves, for the fans and for Michael as well.
“He’ll be wanting a good send-off so it is up to the players to work hard, as a collective unit with the fans, to come together and hopefully it can be a good night for everybody.”
Northern Ireland vs Netherlands: Team news
Goalkeepers: McGovern, Peacock-Farrell, Carson
Defenders: J Evans, Cathcart, McLaughlin, Lewis, Smith, Flanagan, Brown
Midfielders: Davis, McGinn, C Evans, Dallas, Ferguson, McNair, Saville, Whyte, Thompson, Donnelly, Kennedy
Forwards: Lafferty, Magennis, Boyce, Lavery
Goalkeepers: Cillessen, Zoet, Vermeer
Defenders: Van Aanholt, Ake, Blind, Van Dijk, Dumfries, De Vrij, De Ligt, Veltman
Midfielders: Van de Beek, De Jong, Propper, De Roon, Strootman, Wijnaldum
Attackers: Babel, Berghuis, De Jong, Depay, Promes, Stengs, Boadu, Weghorst