CROATIA travel to Northern Ireland with the hosts looking to carry the momentum after their 4-0 win over Azerbaijan.
Michael O'Neill's men eased past the visitors in their World Cup qualifier and now welcome Ante Cacic's side.
O'Neill said: "This will be a great game for us. Croatia are a top-class European team and it's great that we will be playing them at home.
"We have not played a home friendly against this quality of opposition for quite some time.
"It will no doubt be a real test for us, and it will also provide us with an opportunity to look at some of the players in our squad who have not featured in the team much before now."
What channel is it on?
You can watch all the coverage live on Premier Sports.
What time is kick-off?
The match kicks off at 7.45pm at Windsor Park in Belfast tomorrow night.
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What are the odds on SunBets?
Northern Ireland to win 11-4
Croatia to win 11-10.
Kyle Lafferty, Gareth McAuley, Conor McLaughlin and Chris Brunt all scored against Azerbaijan and may be given the opportunity to impress again.
Luka Modric will not be in action for Croatia as he continues his gradual recovery from a knee injury.
Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic, ex-Manchester City and Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka and first-choice goalkeeper Danijel Subasic will also sit out the clash.
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