Norway have not qualified for a major tournament since 2000 and would be hoping to change that when they take on Hungary in the first leg of the Euro 2016 qualification play-off (KO 19:45).
Norway and Hungary lock horns at the Ullevaal Stadion with the hosts eyeing a spot at the Euro 2016 after missing out on the three previous occasions.
Their last appearance in this competition was back in 2000 and they have narrowly missed an automatic qualification to the competition after they were defeated 2-1 by the hands of Italy in the last round.
That pushed Croatia to the second spot in Group H, pushing Norway down to third in the play-offs position.
However, they can still qualify for the major event in France next year, if they can get the better of Hungary in the two-legged game.
But to achieve that feat, Norway need to start firing at all cylinders, especially in front of the goal. Despite their eye-catching displays during the qualification campaign, the hosts have failed to find the back of the net on a regular basis.
The manager has named striker Marcus Pedersen, who is in great touch at the moment with 11 goals in his last 10 games, into his squad to ease the goal scoring situation.
Hungary on the other hand would be looking to get the taste of a major tournament for the first time since the 1986 World Cup and the last time they played in finals of a European Championship was back in 1972.
Both teams are looking to get their hands on the qualification but only one will go through.