Jordan Rhodes and Corry Evans will both hope to be involved on the international stage this Sunday.
Rhodes' Scotland are in action against Gibraltar at Hampden, whilst Evans' Northern Ireland take on Finland at Windsor Park in two Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Victory for Scotland this evening will hopefully see them close the gap on Poland at the top of their group. The Scots currently sit third in the table, three points behind the league leaders.
For Northern Ireland, their Euro 2016 qualifying group sees them a point behind Romania at the top of Group F. A win this evening will keep up the pressure in the race to reach next summer's finals in France.
Both matches kick off at 5.00pm UK time.