Northern Ireland vs Cyprus: what time and on which TV channel is the UEFA Nations League game shown?
The Northern Ireland football team are due to travel to Larnaca on Sunday to face Cyprus in their final UEFA Nationals League game.
The Green and White Army will be hoping to put the disappointment of Thursday’s 1-0 loss to Greece at Windsor Park behind them, with the final game at AEK Arena.
Ian Baraclough’s side are winless after 11 tries in the Nations League competition, which puts the country in the second-lowest League C tier.
After the game against Greece, Baraclough demanded a response from his Northern Irish players.
” I do not like losing. It was an even game. I think we had more shots on goal than them but we didn’t test the keeper enough,” he said.
“I think they had two shots on target and scored with one. We learn that if we’re not quite there, we lose the game.
“We lost it on a ball in the middle of the park, they broke, got the shot from the edge of the surface. We were good in those situations but the goal hurt us.
“We haven’t done this for a while. We have to make sure that if we’re not in it to win a game, we have to make sure we don’t lose it.
Cyprus vs Northern Ireland kicks off on Sunday, June 5 at 5 p.m.
Viewers can catch the game on Premier Sports with coverage starting at 4.30pm on the channel.