Ireland will finish off their World Cup campaign in Brisbane today.
The Girls in Green will kick off against Nigeria at 11am.
Ireland are unable to qualify for the knockout stages but Nigeria can secure a place in the last 16 with a draw.
Midfielder Megan Connolly, feels the team has given a good account of themselves.
"I think to date we've shown that we deserve to be here with the two performances we've put in.
"I think obviously as a team, as a nation, we wanted to come out with a bit more, but I know we've made everyone proud and as I said, our goal doesn't change.
"We want to come away today with a win".
Vera Pauw has made two changes from the team that started against Canada.
Heather Payne - who was a late withdrawal for that match - returns in place of Aine O'Gorman.
Lily Agg replaces Lucy Quinn, meaning Denise O'Sullivan will play in a more advanced role.
Off The Ball reporter Kathleen McNamee, thinks this year's tournament has given a huge boost to women's sport as a whole.
"I've had so many people come up to me since we've been over here being like, it's so good to hear this on the airwaves all the time and see like all the coverage across social media, the papers.
"I talked to a lot of the journalists that covered say the 2019 World Cup and they've never seen so many people at a world cup before.
"So it's not just in Ireland, that this is happening. It's like a ripple effect across everything".