Euro 2016 play-off draw: Republic of Ireland face Bosnia as sides battle to secure spot in next summer’s finals

The draw for the Euro 2016 play-offs has been made.

Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland side face Bosnia in a two leg play-off in their quest to book a spot in the Euro 2016 finals.


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England, Wales and Northern Ireland have already secured their place in the finals tournaments, which take place in France next summer, and O’Neill will hope his side can continue their good run of form as they take on a Bosnia side that only secured their third place finish when they picked up a late win away in Cyprus.

Ireland finished behind Poland and Germany in Group D.

The full draw is as follows.

Ukraine vs Slovenia

Sweden vs Denmark

Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Republic of Ireland

Norway vs Hungary

First legs will take place across the 12/13/14 November, with the returns on 15/16/17 November