Ireland will be out to secure their place at the European Championship when they welcome Bosnia to Dublin for the 2nd leg of their play-off game (KO 19:45).
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The Irish are in pole position to progress following a 1-1 draw in Zenica. Robbie Brady fired the Boys in Green ahead in the 82nd minute only for Edin Dzeko marshalled superbly by Richard Keogh all evening, to find space and equalise four minutes later.
Ireland v Bosnia Euro 2016 Qualifier Second Leg
The second half of the game was played in extremely poor conditions with fog making it near impossible to see the entire pitch, although the officials appeared unconcerned as the game was allowed to continue.
In the end, a draw was a fair result and the two teams will fight it out in the Aviva with the tie finally poised.
Martin O’Neill has some big decisions to make for the game. John O’Shea is available again following suspension but with Keogh and Ciaran Clarke doing such an excellent job the former Villa manager could continue as one.
Two changes the manager is set to make is in attack and at left back. Daryl Murphy is set to drop to the bench with Jon Walters, also suspended for the first leg, set to come into the side while Stephen Ward, out of sorts on Friday, will drop out.
O’Neill has the option of moving Clarke out to the left or else he could bring Marc Wilson, the player who replaced Ward in Zenica, in from the start.
Wes Hoolohan is the final big call for O’Neill. Doubts have previously being raised over the Norwich playmaker’s ability to play 2 games in a matter of days however after being rested for the final 30 minutes he should be in a position to play.
Bosnia are unlikely to make too many changes with the likes of Asmir Begovic, Dzeko, Miralem Pjanic, Emir Spahic and Toni Sunjic all avoiding a yellow card that would have ruled them out of the game.