Don’t miss out on the Northern Ireland v Finland live stream and match preview this Sunday, March 26, at 7:45pm GMT! If you’re in the UK, catch the game on Viaplay Sports or use a VPN to watch it from anywhere. Michael O’Neill’s team is eager to continue their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with a home game against Finland. With a 2-0 win against San Marino last Thursday, the former Stoke City boss is determined to lead his country back to another major tournament after their impressive run in Euro 2016. Although Finland lost their opening game to Group H favourites Denmark, they are not to be underestimated. Influential defender Jonny Evans will be missing for Northern Ireland, along with Conor McMenamin, Ali McCann, Shayne Lavery, Cory Evans, and Stuart Dallas, but captain Steven Davis will be leading the team alongside Craig Cathcart. Referee Ivan Kruzliak of Slovakia will be in charge of the game at Windsor Park in Belfast. Don’t forget to tune in on Viaplay Sports 1 if you’re in the UK or Fox Sports, Fubo, ViX+, and FS1 if you’re in the US. Check out FourFourTwo’s VPN recommendations to watch the game from outside your country.
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