Victory will secure a quarter final spot.
The Republic of Ireland will be hoping it's a case of history repeating itself when they meet Hungary at the Under-17 European Championships this evening.
Colin O'Brien's side are unbeaten in two games against the Mighty Magyars this year, with a 0-0 draw and a 1-0 over them in February.
Ireland were beaten 5-1 by Poland in their tournament opener but recovered to eliminate Wales with a 3-0 victory.
The team's captained by Shamrock Rovers player Freddie Turley who has family ties to both Offaly and Laois.
Under-17 forward star Naj Razi doesn't believe previous meetings with Hungary will have a bearing on their match tonight.
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