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Northern Ireland will face Italy at the beginning and end of their World Cup qualifying campaign.
The fixtures were confirmed on Tuesday night and see Ian Baraclough's men kick off their group games in March away to the Italians.
The return match at Windsor Park will be staged in November, the same month as Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal visit the Republic.
There was a surprise for the Republic - they'll have the World Cup hosts as part of their group, for friendly games:
Portadown beat Dungannon 3-0 in the Danske Bank Premiership on Tuesday.
It moves Matthew Tipton's team into eighth place, above the Swifts on goal difference.
Ballymena United have transfer-listed striker Cathair Friel, saying it's for disciplinary reasons.
Goalkeeper Ross Glendinning is also being allowed to leave the club, as he wants to play regular first team football.
Glentoran could clinch the Danske Bank Women's Premiership title on Wednesday evening.
They need a point away to Crusaders to lift the trophy.
A Crues star's received a boost ahead of the Seaview clash:
A November to remember for @CruesStrikers teenage star Emily Wilson...— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 8, 2020
Drafted into Kenny Shiels' Euro play-off bound @NorthernIreland team, she's now been named the #DanskeWomensPrem player of the month👇 👏 👏
There’s more ⚽️ to follow - Drive Sport coming up on air 5 & 6 pic.twitter.com/dP1J0Inm4m
In the other games, Linfield welcome Derry City and Sion Swifts host Cliftonville.
Finally, there's still no stopping that man Ronaldo - and he's on his way to these shores:
Ronaldo at 35 shows no sign of slowing down - as old rivals Barca have just discovered. He's set to face the Republic in World Cup qualifiers next year.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 9, 2020
On air from 7am - NI & RoI latest, a big win for the Ports & two transfer-listed by Ballymena. https://t.co/aTKRVMoCRs