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Northern Ireland vs Greece: Live Stream, Score Updates and How to Watch UEFA Nations League Match. What channel is Northern Ireland vs Greece on? TV and live stream info for the Nations League game Watch ░▒▓██► CLICK HERE TO WATCH Watch ░▒▓██► CLICK HERE TO WATCH What channel is Northern Ireland vs Greece on? TV and live stream info for the Nations League game There is a new channel to watch Northern Ireland's Nations League games on Northern Ireland kick-off their new UEFA Nations League campaign on Thursday night. Ian Baraclough's side face Greece at Windsor Park looking to record their first-ever win in the competition. To date Northern Ireland have drawn two and lost eight of their 10 Nations League fixtures. Read more:Trai Hume receives league title medal after Northern Ireland legend's surprise visit They have also scored just six goals and conceded 18 along the way Baraclough will be hoping to kick-start some form in the competition, with further games to come against Cyprus (twice) and Kosovo this international window. The Nations League is a great way for teams like Northern Ireland and Greece to qualify for he Euros, and Paul Robinson has previewed their opening League C fixture. Northern Ireland will be hoping for a better Nations League campaign this season, now that they are in the calmer waters of League C, following their relegation last time. They finished bottom of their group, taking just two points from six fixtures against Austria, Norway and Romania. Ian Baraclough's side performed much better in World Cup Qualifying though, finishing third behind Switzerland and Italy - winning two and losing three of their eight outings. They are drawn in Group 2 of League C, against Cyprus, Kosovo and Greece, with the latter being the strongest of the three. Baraclough will be hoping that his side can return to action with a win, and lay down an early marker, and he has included four uncapped players. He has also recalled the likes of Kyle Lafferty and Conor Washington, who had been absent recently. Greece also finished third in their World Cup Qualifying Group, taking 10 points from their eight games against Spain, Sweden, Georgia and Kosovo. In the last Nations League tournament they finished as runners-up to Slovenia in Group 3 of League C, and they will be aiming to go one better this time around. They have a new man in charge since all that happened though, with Gus Poyet replacing John van 't Schip in February 2022. The former Chelsea man has overseen two friendly games thus far - a 1-0 victory over Romania and a 1-0 defeat to Montenegro. They are a young squad though, with just one outfield player of 30, so one would imagine that Poyet will be given some time to build something. Talking points ahead of Northern Ireland’s Nations League opener against Greece Northern Ireland kick off their new Nations League campaign when Greece visit Windsor Park on Thursday night. The fixture is the first of a quadruple-header which will also see Ian Baraclough’s side face Cyprus away and at home, either side of a trip to Kosovo. Northern Ireland have never had a happy relationship with the Nations League. Their record in the competition makes for miserable reading: played 10, drawn two, lost eight and won none – scoring only six and conceding 18 along the way. They only avoided relegation the first time around as the competition was reformatted, but League C was the inevitable conclusion second time around. But having gone down, Northern Ireland start as top seeds in their group and with hope of finding a way to the European play-offs. The visit of Gus Poyet’s men will bring back some happy memories for Northern Ireland fans – their last two meetings against the Piratiko were key victories during qualification for Euro 2016, 2-0 in Athens and 3-1 in Belfast. Since then Greece have also missed out on the 2018 World Cup and Euro 2020, with their squad undergoing a rebuild as the 2004 European champions look to work their way back up the rankings. They have never been higher than League C in the Nations League. There’s a familiar face back in the 28-strong squad as Kyle Lafferty is called up for the first time in almost a year. The 34-year-old is Northern Ireland’s second-highest scorer with 20 goals for his country, but the last of them came in 2016, and he been overlooked in recent windows during a time when he took up a succession of short-term contracts at different clubs around Europe. But after scoring eight goals in 14 to help fire Kilmarnock back to the Scottish Premiership, he could hardly be ignored at a time when Josh Magennis is injured.


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