Ireland look to continue their quest towards next summer’s World Cup, as the Boys in Green look to maintain their unbeaten record with a win over Austria in Dublin.
Republic of Ireland look to continue their unbeaten start to the World Cup qualifying campaign, but manager Martin O’Neill faces an injury headache ahead of a tough test against Wales.
Ireland have made an unbeaten start to their World Cup qualifying campaign, but the Boys in Green face their toughest challenge yet with a trip to Austria.
Ireland will hope to follow-up on their narrow 1-0 win over Georgia on Thursday night by picking up another three points in Moldova, but fans will be hoping for a much better display from the Boys in Green in Chisinau
Republic of Ireland continue their road to the 2018 World Cup as the Boys in Green look to improve on their draw in Serbia last month by taking all three points from familiar foes Georgia.
After an impressive Euro 2016 campaign, Ireland will look to build on their performance with a strong World Cup qualifying campaign which begins with a tough trip to Serbia.
Martin O’Neill’s Ireland have been handed a tough group for Euro 2016 with the Boys in Green set to play Italy, Sweden and world number one Belgium next summer.
Ireland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales are among the countries who will learn their Euro 2016 fate later today when the group stage draw for next summer’s European Championship is made.
After over a year of qualifiers, we now have out 24 nations that will battle it out in the European Championships and among them are Ireland, who saw off Bosnia-Herzegovina in the play-off’s on Monday.
Ireland hold a slender advantage ahead of their second leg play-off with Bosnia-Herzegovina in Dublin, as Irish fans hope to cheer on the Boys in Green to seal their place at Euro 2016.