|Euro 2016 Group F qualifier: Greece v Northern Ireland|
|Venue: Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus Date: Tuesday, 14 October Kick-off: 19:45 BST|
|Coverage: Live on BBC Radio Ulster and the BBC Sport website|
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill says his players will be able to deal with the likely hostile atmosphere in Tuesday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Greece in Athens.
O'Neill's Group F leaders will be playing in front of home fans who were banned from Greece's opening home defeat by Romania last month.
That followed previous disturbances at games in Athens.
"I think we'll rise to it, not be intimidated by it," said O'Neill.
Claudio Ranieri's Greek side are badly in need of a win as they are five points behind Northern Ireland after following their opening defeat by Romania with Saturday's 1-1 draw in Finland.
However, O'Neill believes his team will relish the highly-charged Athens occasion.
"I think our side enjoyed the great atmosphere at Windsor Park when we beat the Faroe Islands on Saturday night and there was a great atmosphere when we beat Hungary in Budapest.
"We've seen this group of players in front of 60,000 people in Uruguay too, so I don't have any fears about that."
Victory for O'Neill's side would mean the first time in Northern Ireland history that they have kicked off a qualifying campaign with three straight wins.
However, the Northern Ireland boss has been sounding a cautious note ahead of the game against a Greek side that reached the last 16 at the World Cup in the summer.
"When we looked at the fixtures when they came out and our best chances of getting points this wouldn't have been a game we would have looked at," added O'Neill.
'We've never said we think we can win the group or anything like that, but the belief is in this squad that they are more than capable of competing.
"The start we've had has given us the belief that we can come here and add to our points tally."
Greece's stuttering start to the group has already led to suggestions that Ranieri's job is under threat even though he has only been in charge for two months.
The former Chelsea manager laughed off that speculation on Monday although he acknowledged that failing to reach the finals would be "a disaster".
"I know I have to arrive in the finals in Paris, that is my goal," said the Italian.
"It is very important to beat Northern Ireland."