NORTHERN IRELAND face Norway in Oslo to conclude their qualifying campaign.
They have secured a top two finish in Group C, currently sitting on 19 points, despite losing 3-1 to Germany on Thursday.
Michael O’Neill’s men now need to avoid a two-goal defeat to be sure of qualifying for the play-offs.
When is Norway vs Northern Ireland?
Northern Ireland play Norway on Sunday, October 8.
Kick-off is at 7.45pm.
The game will be played at the Ullevaal Stadium in Oslo.
What TV channel is the match on?
The match will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports Main Event – you can purchase a NOW TV day pass for just £6.29 (our exclusive 10% discount) to watch this match live and access 10 Sky Sports channels for 24 hours.
Coverage will start at 7.15pm and the show will end at 10pm.
It will also be live streamed on SkyGo.
Michael O’Neill’s side have six players on the suspension tightrope, but is not set to gamble on resting players ahead of a potential play-off.
Jonny Evans and captain Steven Davis are among the six one booking away from a ban.
Bournemouth’s Joshua King will sit out the game on Sunday for Norway after picking up a hamstring injury against San Marino.