The Republic of Ireland will face Bosnia-Herzegovina in the Euro 2016 play-offs - but Sunderland’s John O’Shea is suspended for the first leg.
Martin O’Neill’s side finished third in Group D behind world champions Germany and Poland, putting them into a two-legged knockout against a fellow third-placed side.
Opponents Bosnia were the next-best team after Belgium and Wales qualified from Group B.
They will be without Sunderland’s O’Shea though for the first leg of the play-off match though after his red card in their final group game against Poland.
Toon keeper Rob Elliot, now set for a run in the Newcastle side following Tim Krul’s season-ending knee injury, was on the bench.
In the other ties, Seb Larsson and Ola Toivonen’s Sweden take on Denmark in a Scandinavian derby, Ukraine play Slovenia and Norway tackle Hungary.
Matches will be played in next month’s international break.
The Republic have met Bosnia just once before, with the Irish winning 1-0 courtesy of a Shane Long header in May 2012 under previous manager Giovanni Trapattoni, having reached Euro 2012 via a play-off win over Estonia.