Stephen Kenny has made four changes to his starting XI to face Serbia in their FIFA World Cup qualifier at the Aviva Stadium.
Seamus Coleman had been ruled out through injury and therefore defender Shane Duffy captains the side alongside Andrew Omobamidele, who will be making his full international debut, and John Egan.
They're in front of Gavin Bazunu in goals.
Jeff Hendrick and Alan Browne come in alongside Josh Cullen to make up the midfield.
Jamie McGrath is back in the starting side too after his impressive outing against Portugal with Adam Idah acting as a lone striker.
STARTING XI | Ireland v Serbia
Jamie McGrath, Alan Browne, Jeff Hendrick & Andrew Omobamidele all start 👏
Callum Robinson named on the bench as he continues to return to full match fitness
Huge game tonight, get behind the team once again 🙌#COYBIG | #WeAreOne | #IRLSRB pic.twitter.com/Ed7ZIDmxwC
— FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) September 7, 2021
Aaron Connolly was not included in the matchday squad after the Brighton striker picked up an injury.