Wales are set to face off against Northern Ireland in the last 16 of Euro 2016 and we’ve got all the information you need to catch the action live online.
Coming top in Group B, Wales will now take on Michael O’Neill’s Northern Ireland today at 5pm BST in Paris, and thousands will be tuning in to watch the match live.
But what if you can’t get down the pub or near to a TV? Fear not, you can always stream the match on your PC, smartphone, or tablet.
For this particular engagement, the BBC has the broadcast rights, which means it’s a case of logging on to the iPlayer site or downloading the app for this one.
iPlayer will let you watch live coverage (nope, it’s not just a catch-up service) as long as you have a TV licence, and if you miss the match you can catch up via the same portal.
Of course, many of us will be watching on the go, which means downloading the iPlayer app.
You can do just that using the following links (yes, even Windows phone users have been catered for):
Coverage starts at 4.10pm ahead of a 5pm BST kick-off (6pm in France).
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Will you be tuning in? Let us know what you think of Wales’ prospects in the comments.