Stephen Kenny has named his Republic of Ireland team to take on England At Wembley Stadium this evening.
Adam Idah comes back into the team to start up front, while Seamus Coleman misses out on making his first appearance under the former Dundalk manager due to injury.
Cyrus Christie looks likely to fill in for the injured Enda Stevens at left back, although Matt Doherty could move across to fill that slot.
Alan Browne starts in midfield, while Callum O'Dowda and Daryl Horgan join Idah up front.
There is one uncapped player on the bench, with Caomhin Kelleher the only player in the matchday squad yet to win a cap at senior level.
Here's the team in full.
STARTING XI | England v Ireland
Shane Duffy captains the side, as Seamus Coleman and James McCarthy are ruled out for the Wembley clash#COYBIG | #ENGIRL pic.twitter.com/GiWtWPeqsL
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Former Ireland youth internationals Jack Grealish and Michael Keane have been included in the England team, but Declan Rice will start on the bench.
Here's how the #ThreeLions line up for tonight's game against Ireland! 📋 pic.twitter.com/DiUpJbmryi
— England (@England) November 12, 2020
This will be the first meeting between the sides since 2015, with Jeff Hendrick the only Ireland player to start both fixtures.
Ireland have not lost to England since 1985, avoiding defeat in all six completed meetings since then.
Stephen Kenny is still in search of his first win as Ireland boss, although England are likely to provide a stern test this evening.