Adam Idah will lead the line for Ireland as they take on Hungary at the Szusza Ferenc Stadion in Budapest, kick-off 7:00pm.
The Norwich City frontman will be joined in attack by two-goal hero Troy Parrott, who helped Ireland to their first win in Stephen Kenny's tenure against Andorra last Thursday night.
Parrott is expected to play a bit deeper that the Norwich striker, who looks set to play on the last defender, utilising his pace in behind.
The midfield sees Josh Cullen, Conor Hourihane and Jason Knight retained from that win and they will play in front of a three-man central defence.
John Egan will captain the side in Seamus Coleman's absence for the final international of the season and will be joined in the heart of the defence by Shane Duffy and Dara O'Shea.
Matt Doherty and James McClean will patrol either flank from the wing-back positions.
Gavin Bazunu, as expected, remains in goal following assured performances since taking over goalkeeping duties from Darren Randolph, who remains out.
There was no place for Shamrock Rovers' playmaker Danny Mandroiu in the 25-man matchday squad, however Andrew Omobamidele, Chiedozie Ogbene and Caoimhin Kelleher could be in line to make their senior international debuts.
Hungary: Peter Gulacsi; ?Bendegúz Bolla, Attila Fiola, Willi Orban, Attila Szalai, Akos Kecskes; Adam Nagy, Laszlo Kleinheisler, Andras Schafer; Adam Szalai, Roland Varga
Ireland: Gavin Bazunu; John Egan, Shane Duffy, Dara O'Shea; James McClean, Matt Doherty, Conor Hourihane, Josh Cullen, Jason Knight; Troy Parrott, Adam Idah
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