Speaking about his team selection, the Ireland boss said: “We have a tactical change really and I think Shane Duffy has trained brilliantly, his attitude has been excellent and he deserves a chance.
“Adam Idah brings something different, he brings real speed and pace in that area, so he gets an opportunity tonight.”
When asked about playing in front of a handful of fans, he added: “This is what it’s all about.
“The possibility of being in a packed Aviva would be something special, but it’s nicer to play in front of a crowd this evening.
“Hungary are obviously going to the Euros, so the crowd will be buzzing, but we want to finish the ten days we’ve had here on a strong note.”