Northern Ireland and Bosnia & Herzegovina players will be itching for competitive internationals after watching the World Cup from their sofas.
The teams will compete with Austria in group three of league B over the next few months.
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What time is kick-off?
The game will be played on Saturday, September 8.
Kick-off is scheduled for 4pm.
It takes place at the 18,000-capacity National Football Stadium, Belfast.
The reverse tie will be held on Monday, October 15 at the Stadion Grbavica.
How can I live stream Wales vs Ireland what TV channel is it on?
The first-of-a-kind match will be broadcast on Sky Sports Football.
Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online through SkyGo or the Sky Sports app.
What is Northern Ireland’s team news?
One notable inclusion is 22-year-old Oxford United playmaker Gavin Whyte who has scored three in five since being promoted to the first team.
The call-up is representative of Michael O’Neill’s hope that his young players can prove themselves at their clubs and then make a success of the national side.
He said: “We need young players like Jamal Lewis, Gavin Whyte and Paul Smyth to fast track their way up a level in club football so that we know they can come in consistently for Northern Ireland.”
Goalkeepers: McGovern (Norwich City), Carson (Motherwell), Peacock-Farrell (Leeds United).
Defenders: Cathcart (Watford), J. Evans (Leicester City), Hughes (Hearts), McAuley (unattached), C. McLaughlin (Millwall), McNair (Middlesbrough), Smith (Hearts), Lewis (Norwich City).
Midfielders: Davis (Southampton), McGinn (Aberdeen), Dallas (Leeds), C. Evans (Blackburn), Ferguson (Millwall), Saville (Millwall), Jones (Kilmarnock), Norwood (Sheffield United), Whyte (Oxford United).
Forwards: Lafferty (Rangers), Boyce (Burton Albion), Magennis (Bolton Wanderers), Grigg (Wigan Athletic), Washington (Queen’s Park Rangers), Ward (Nottingham Forest).
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