The Green and White Army will be hoping to grab a win at Windsor Park on Wednesday night in their final friendly before a tough campaign for a place in Brazil in 2014 kicks off
Hodson, McAuley, Baird, McGivern
Davis, Evans, Brunt
Lafferty, Paterson, Ward
Halsti, Moisander, Toivio, Arkivuo
Hamalainen, Eremenko, Sparv, Sjolund
Northern Ireland will be looking to gain momentum ahead of their opening World Cup qualifier against Russia with a home victory over visiting Finland.
Michael O'Neill named a full-strength squad for the tie but has lost Niall McGinn and Paddy McCourt due to injury.
Liverpool youngster Ryan McLaughlin has also been ruled out of his country's clash with Finland, while Aaron Hughes will miss the tie due to an ankle problem.
Finland are likely to hand young striker Teemu Pukki a start in attack, with Timo Furuholm and Njazi Kuqi also in contention.
Niklas Moisander will lead the back four, with Alexei Eremenko pulling the strings in midfield.
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- Northern Ireland's last outing saw O'Neill's men endure a painful 6-0 defeat at the hands of an in-form Netherlands side.
- Dean Shiels and Andy Little, who will play in the Scottish Third Division with Rangers this season, have been included in the squad.
- Both sides suffered poor qualifying campaigns in the run-up to Euro 2012, resulting in neither travelling to Poland and Ukraine.
- Finland's last match saw them play on neutral soil, with Mixu Paatelainen's side enjoying a much-needed confidence boost with a 3-2 victory over Turkey. Finland are 40/1 with Bet365 to record a second straight 3-2 win in this match.
- Wednesday's friendly will be both sides' final non-competitive match before their hectic World Cup qualifying fixture list gets underway next month.