It's almost the tenth anniversary of Ireland's last competitive game against Wales in Cardiff.
The game, which has widely been forgotten by the Irish sporting public was the final game of the Euro 2008 qualification group. Don Givens took charge of the match, after Steve Staunton was sacked weeks previously.
The game finished 2-2, with Wales striker Jason Koumas scoring twice, including a late penalty.
Best remembered for the one-off usage of an all-grey kit, it was the last competitive game played before the glory days of the Giovanni Trapattoni era.
13 players featured that day. If you get 13/13 we will be very impressed. One of the subs that was brought on only has a handful of appearances for team.
There is no reason you shouldn't get at least 10/13 in the four minutes though. Let us know how you get on.