Ireland U21 vs Brazil: What time, what channel and everything you need to know about Toulon Tournament clash
The Ireland U-21s will play the Brazilian U-23s on Wednesday in the semi-final of the Toulon tournament after topping their group in the prestigious competition.
Brazil have fielded an older, more experienced outfit for the competition and are second in the roll of honour for Toulon titles.
When is it on?
Ireland will play Brazil at 4.30pm Irish time on Wednesday.
Where is it on?
The Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny.
How can I watch it?
The match is live on FreeSport TV on Sky channel 424, or you can follow the action in our liveblog on Independent.ie
What are the squads?
Tournament form to date
Brazil have topped their group and kept a clean sheet through the tournament, scoring thirteen goals, while Ireland topped their group by the slimmest of margins, beating Mexico to the top spot on goal difference.
Brazil's road to the semi-finals
Game 1: Brazil 4-0 Guatemala
Lineup: Ivan, Emerson, Cerqueira, Iago, Henrique, Luiz, Antony, Pedrinho, Tabata, Pedro
Game 2: Brazil 4-0 France
Lineup: H. Barbet, Beka Beka, Soh, T. Barbet, Zagre, Jaby, Koindedi, Bentheidim, Coly, Ella, Guessand
Game 3: Brazil 5 Qatar 0
Lineup: Ivan, Guga, Fuchs, Adreylson, Rogerio, Henrique, Wendel, Paulinho, Fernades, Vital, Cunha
Ireland's road to the semi-finals
Game 1: Ireland 4-1 China
Lineup: Kelleher, O'Connor, O'Shea, Masterson, Leahy, Molumby, Coventry, Elbouzedi, Ronan, Connolly, Idah
Game 2: Ireland 0-0 Mexico
Lineup: Kelleher, O'Connor, O'Shea, Masterson, Leahy, Molumby, Coventry, Power, Ronan, Elbouzedi, Idah
Game 3: Ireland 1-0 Bahrain
Lineup: Kelleher, O'Connor, O'Shea, Scales, Leahy, Molumby, Knight, Elbouzedi, Ronan, Barrett, Connolly
History in the Tournament:
Brazil: Champions seven times.
Ireland: First ever semi-final.