Republic of Ireland meet Georgia in Euro 2016 qualifying on Monday evening looking to capitalise on Scotland’s slip up over the weekend.
Live streaming of the match is available on RTE, with the match taking place at the Aviva Stadium, Dublim at 2.45 pm on September 7.
The Scots were defeated by the Georgians, and while the loss gives Eire a boost, they will be desperate not to be complacent when they themselves meet the Eastern Europeans.
A 4-0 victory over Gibraltar helped Ireland into third place in the group, and has left the Irish in the driving seat for a playoff place.
With three matches to go, Ireland are one point ahead of Scotland, but will need to overcome this tricky away fixture.
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With matches against Poland and Germany to come, Ireland will be desperate to take maximum points against Georgia.
“It’s no reason to celebrate for long though because we have a more difficult game in three days’ time against Ireland and we will be focused on that game,” said Georgia coach Kakhaber Tskhadadze, speaking to Goal.
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