Matt O'Riley has been handed his debut for Denmark.

The Celtic midfielder, 22, was named in the starting side to face Northern Ireland.

O'Riley previously featured for the Denmark youth side but has now made the step up to the main national team.

And the Celtic midfielder will come up against former Celtic keeper Conor Hazard who starts in goal for Northern Ireland.

Rangers winger Ross McCausland is on the bench with St Mirren pair Conor McMenamin and Caolon Boyd-Munce also in the squad list alongside Motherwell's Brodie Spencer.

Former Scottish Premiership players Josh Magennis and Jordan Jones are also on the bench for Northern Ireland.

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Denmark are top of Group H with 22 points from nine matches so far in qualifying.

Northern Ireland sit fifth with just six points in the group stage.

DENMARK XI: Schmeichal, Andersen, Chritensen, Jensen, Daramy, O'Riley, Hjulmand, Dolberg, Kristensen, Kristiansen, Lindstrom.

SUBS: Neisson, Vestergaard, Maehle, Delaney, Hermansen, Larsen, Wind, Poulsen, Dreyer, Ronnow, Hojbjerg.