With no wins from the first two games, Ireland's UEFA Nations League clash against Wales is entering must-win territory.
Sitting bottom of the group behind the Welsh and current leaders Denmark, the Boys in Green only have one point to their name after drawing with the Danes on Saturday and losing heavily in Cardiff in September.
With the Nations League Group 4 League B at the half-way stage and seedings important for the Euro 2020 qualifiers (as the Irish Independent's Daniel McDonnell explains in the video below), three points will go a long way towards keeping Ireland from relegation and in with a chance of being favourably seeded on the road to the European Championships which will feature games in Dublin.
Well, as Ireland seek their first victory of the group, we're bringing you live radio coverage from the Aviva Stadium with Nathan Murphy on commentary joined by ex-Ireland winger Stephen Hunt to provide analysis of Ireland vs Wales.
Tune in right here from 7.00pm tonight to listen in live starting with the Newsround (or on Newstalk 106-108 on the radio) and also keep an eye on our social channels for score updates. We'll also stream our commentary on our YouTube channel which you can alos listen to at the top of this article.
We'll also get Keith Andrews' thoughts on the game at full-time. Kick off will be at 7.45pm.
And for more on the game and the Ireland team's current issues during this international break, watch OTB AM from 7.45AM tomorrow morning, the Keith Andrews Show on Thursday 12.30pm (both on all our social channels) and Team 33 on Newstalk at midnight on Tuesday.