Corry Evans will hope to retain his place in the Northern Ireland team for this afternoon's last 16 clash with Wales.
The two home nations go head-to-head in Paris for a place in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016.
Having been an unused substitute for Northern Ireland's opening match of the tournament - a 1-0 defeat to Poland - the Rovers midfielder started the final two group games and was outstanding as Michael O'Neill's men defeated Ukraine 2-0, before suffering a narrow 1-0 loss to World Champions Germany.
Those results ensured that Northern Ireland would finish third in Group C and booked today's mouth-watering match with Group B winner Wales, who topped the table ahead of England.
The winners will face Hungary or Belgium in the last eight.