Republic of Ireland will be unseeded in the draw for the Euro 2016 play-offs after the concluding results in three groups went against them on Tuesday.
Turkey's win over Iceland and Croatia's win over Malta were among the results which denied them a seeded position.
The Republic will play either Ukraine, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Sweden or Hungary in the two-legged play-off in November.
The draw takes place on Sunday morning with Norway, Denmark and Slovenia joining the Republic as unseeded teams.
Captain John O'Shea and striker Jon Walters will miss the first leg of the play-off through suspension.
The first leg ties are scheduled to take place on 12/13/14 November with the second leg games on 15/16/17 November.
There will be no preferential treatment for the seeded teams when determining the home and away legs. The first side drawn will play the first leg at home.