The Republic of Ireland have drawn Bosnia-Herzegovina in a play-off to qualify for Euro 2016.
They'll be away from home in the first leg, against a team which finished third behind Wales and Belgium qualification group.
Ireland have only faced Bosnia once before in 2012, Shane Long scored the winner in that game.
In the other play-off matches, it's Ukraine against Slovenia, Sweden will face Denmark, and Norway will take on Hungary.
The ties will be played on Friday November 13th and Monday November 16th, the second of which will be at the Aviva Stadium.