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Neighbours and old foes, the Republic of Ireland and England will meet in Dublin later this afternoon in an end-of-season friendly with the focus very much on bigger games.
Much of the pre-talk has focused on the “unfriendly” friendly from 1995, the last time England played on Irish soil.
On that occasion, at the old Lansdowne Road, the game was abandoned after 27 minutes because of rioting England fans, and with 5,000 fans expected in Dublin, talk of trouble has again be an agenda item.
Roy Hodgson and Captain Wayne Rooney have already appealed for calm and while with pleas hopefully adhered too, the three lions can set about ending their 30 year long wait for a win over the Irish.
Hodgson has confirmed that Rooney will start and should he score he would move even closer to Bobby Charlton’s 49 goal record. The Manchester United striker needs just two more goals to equal the world cup winners tally.
Rooney could have a new partner up-front with Charlie Austin and Jamie Vardy in line for their debuts while Tom Cleverley could celebrate his move to Everton with a cap after replacing the injured Ryan Mason in the squad.
Mason is the only missing person from the squad while for Ireland, defender Paul McShane and Stephen Ward are both in line to play after overcoming a gash on the leg and ankle problem respectively.
Norwich midfielder Wes Hoolahan is also in line to play after missing training due to a family bereavement while manager Martin O’Neill has confirmed that Ipswich forward Daryl Murphy will play after an impressive season for Ipswich.
“He had had a very good season and I would expect him to be on the field at some point,” O’Neill added.
As for the aforementioned bigger games, Ireland take on Scotland next weekend in a more-than crucial European qualifier. The Boys in green need a win to keep their hopes of going to France next year alive with a defeat or draw making life very difficult.