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Live Reporting

By Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    In Group J, Italy look to make it four wins out of four when they play Bosnia-Herzegovina. Second-placed Finland are in Liechtenstein, while Greece host Armenia.

    France visit neighbours Andorra in Group H looking to bounce back from a 2-0 defeat by Turkey. The Turks, who top the group, visit Iceland. Albania are against Moldova in the other game.

  2. Post update

    Germany play Estonia in Mainz, with that Group C game also kicking off at 19:45 BST.

    A German win coupled with a Northern Irish defeat could see the footballing giants go top of the table.

  3. Post update

    There are some games in Scotland's and Wales' groups too.

    Slovakia have already beaten Azerbaijan 5-1 to go top of Wales' Group E.

    Earlier in Scotland's Group I, Kazakhstan beat San Marino 4-0. Russia host Cyprus at 19:45 BST.

  4. Post update

    BBC Radio Ulster

    You can listen to live radio commentary of this game at the top of this page from 19:30 BST.

  5. 'It's nothing more than they deserve'

    Let BBC Radio Ulster commentators Joel Taggart and John O'Neill take you through Northern Ireland's dramatic comeback against Estonia in Saturday's Euro 2020 qualifier.

    The green and white army will be hoping for more of the same this evening.

    Video content

    Video caption: "It's nothing more than they deserve" - Northern Ireland turn the game around in Estonia
  6. Post update

    NI boss Michael O'Neill talked to Sky Sports about his selection.

    "The three subs made a big difference against Estonia. Hopefully we'll get that level from the start. Corry freshens things up in midfield.

    "They've got a new striker in tonight, they might be more attacking than they were in Belfast. I can see that play into our hands on the counter attack."

  7. Team news

    Belarus v Northern Ireland (19:45 BST)

    Northern Ireland make four changes - including an all-new front three - from the narrow win over Estonia.

    Conor Washington and Josh Magennis both came off the bench to score in Tallinn and come into the starting XI tonight.

    Jordan Jones, also a sub in that game, and Corry Evans come in too.

    Gavin Whyte, Liam Boyce, Stuart Dallas and George Saville are dropped.


    Belarus make five changes from the side who lost 2-0 to Germany. Larissa striker Yevgeniy Shikavka makes his competitive debut, while captain Aleksandr Martynovich is back in.

    Belarus: Gutor, Polyakov, Martynovich, Shitov, Nekhajchik, Naumov, Maevski, Korzun, Stasevich, Kovalev, Shikavka

  8. Looking good

    Northern Ireland have enjoyed a perfect start to qualifying, although it has to be noted their opening four games have been against Estonia and Belarus.

    Their remaining four games after tonight are Germany and Netherlands home and away.

    Only the top two qualify for Euro 2020.

    Group C
  9. History makers?

    Northern Ireland have never started a qualifying campaign with four wins out of four.

    Tonight they have a chance to do just that as they come up against Belarus.