The Republic of Ireland face Wales in a Third-Place Play-Off in the Pinatar Cup on Tuesday afternoon.
The Girls in Green defeated Poland 2-1 in their opening match in the tournament before losing 1-0 to Russia last Saturday.
Goalkeeper Grace Moloney (shoulder) is ruled out of the game but Heather Payne has overcome a groin injury to be available.
Here’s what you need to know:
Where and when is it?
The match takes place at the Pinatar Arena on Tuesday, February 22.
What time is kick-off?
The action kicks off at 2.30pm Irish time.
What channel is it on?
The match will be shown live on FAI TV.
Republic of Ireland manager Vera Pauw: “We are looking forward to the game against Wales, which will close out the Pinatar Cup and a very productive week for our squad. Our intention was always to use this week to work hard on what we will need to call on when we play Sweden in our next FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifier in April.
“The performances against both Poland and Russia were very good and it was particularly crucial that we got to have a closer look at many players in the Russia game. Developing all of the players is part of our journey and makes us stronger overall with more options in every position that we know that we can rely on.
“This past week has been fantastic in adding to our development and the hard work put in by the players and the staff is key to that. Part of that is ensuring that we manage the load put on the players so that they do not pick up new injuries but also that they are given the required time to recover from previous injuries. That is why we did not risk Megan Campbell and why Chloe Mustaki will not feature against Wales, even though she did so well in our last game.
“It is so important that we follow the return to play protocols to safeguard the players’ future and not take unnecessary risks. The players understand that and we continue to work with them so that we do not cause any further damage.
“We will not underestimate Wales but we look forward to playing another good game and focusing on our key objectives.”
Republic of Ireland squad
Goalkeepers: Courtney Brosnan (Everton), Grace Moloney (Reading), Megan Walsh (Brighton & Hove Albion), Eve Badana (DLR Waves)
Defenders: Louise Quinn (Birmingham City), Niamh Fahey (Liverpool), Diane Caldwell (Manchester United), Claire Walsh (Glasgow City), Savannah McCarthy (Galway WFC), Áine O’Gorman (Peamount United), Chloe Mustaki (Shelbourne)
Midfielders: Denise O’Sullivan (North Carolina Courage), Megan Connolly (Brighton & Hove Albion), Katie McCabe (Arsenal), Ruesha Littlejohn (Aston Villa), Jamie Finn (Birmingham City), Ciara Grant (Rangers), Jess Ziu (Shelbourne), Ellen Molloy (Wexford Youths), Isibeal Atkinson (Celtic)
Forwards: Heather Payne (Florida State University), Kyra Carusa (HB Hoge), Amber Barrett (FC Koln), Leanne Kiernan (Liverpool), Abbie Larkin (Shelbourne), Lucy Quinn (Birmingham City)
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