The Republic of Ireland Women's soccer team take on the Netherlands tomorrow night in the FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign with the game set to be aired live on Facebook for all Republic of Ireland viewers.
Eir Sport have announced they will broadcast the game on television and Facebook from 7pm, as Colin Bell's side take on top of the table and European Champions The Netherlands in the De Goffert Stadion, Nijmegen.
Ireland are without Megan Campbell, Stephanie Roche, Aine O'Gorman, Claire Walsh, Ruesha Littlejohn and Claire O'Riordan for the game but with it set to be a 12,000 sell-out will hope to land a surprise victory to continue their good form so far in Group 3.
Speaking prior to the game Reading defender Harriet Scott has praised the work done in preparation for the game:
We're going into the game unbeaten and with two wins under our belt so we couldn't be in a better position coming into it really. They were two really strong performances against Northern Ireland and Slovakia but we know we can continue to improve.
I think training has shown that there is plenty of quality throughout the squad and the players which have came in have done an excellent job so there's still plenty of competition for places across the pitch.
It has been an excellent week of work.
Kick-off is 7.00pm Irish time and the Facebook link for the game is here: http://facebook.com/eirSport