Euro 2016 from Dublin as Republic of Ireland take on Germany with live streaming to watch the match online in what is a big night for the Irish (KO 19:45).
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Ireland’s Euro 2016 come down to these next two games. Beat Germany or Poland and they secure third spot in the table and a playoff place, they could even get second place.
Win both games and are though without any additional games.
Martin O’Neill’s side took full advantage of Scotland’s slip up against Georgia, picking up six points in their two September games.
The Scots are four points behind the Irish in the standings but have the easier run in with Poland at home and Gibraltar away their final two games.
If they pick up a point against the Polish things could get tricky especially if the Irish slip up in both games.
O’Neill has trimmed suffered a blow ahead of the game with three players withdrawing due to injury. Ciaran Clark, Stephen Quinn and Harry Arter are the unfortunate trio with the loss of Aston Villa defender Clark the biggest blow.
The centre back, a starter against both Gibraltar and Georgia last month, has been ruled out due to a thigh strain. Marc Wilson – the man most likely replace to Clark in the team, is also an injury doubt due to a calf strain.
Germany meanwhile top the group with 19 points and a point in Dublin would confirm their place in France next year. Manager Joachim Low has called goalkeeper Bernd Leno into the squad for the first time.
Despite being on the brink of qualification and in a good run of form following last month’s 3-1 and 3-2 wins over Poland and Scotland, Low is not taking anything for granted against the Irish.
“We want to bring our qualifying campaign to a serious and focused conclusion” He said at the announcement of his squad.
“Our aim is to beat both Ireland and Georgia to qualify for France as group winners.
“I have the utmost faith in the players, who fulfilled their duties excellently in September.
“These players are getting regular games and challenges for their clubs on a domestic and European level and they are all in a good rhythm.
“That’s a good scenario for our decisive group games.”
Given the results achieved last month then it is no surprise that Low kept faith with virtually the same squad that picked up six points last month, with Bayern Leverkusen keeper Leno the only new face.
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