Where are the new Roys in green?

Where are the new Roys in green?

Where are the new Roys in green?

The victors of the two-legged play-offs, scheduled for November, will qualify for the World Cup.

Of course, that's in a flawless world.

England just need a victory over Slovenia on Thursday to secure their place in Russian Federation and assuming Gareth Southgate's men do the business, Scotland can climb into second spot in Group F by beating Slovakia.

The results against the team who finishes bottom of your group are not counted in this table which seeks to find the eight best second-place finishers and therefore, if Moldova finish bottom of Ireland's group, the Republic's results against them will be ignored (if Ireland come second).

There could yet be some gloomy news awaiting Martin O'Neill's men when the group stages conclude on Tuesday evening.

Ireland must win their final two qualifying fixtures against Moldova and Wales to secure a place in next month's play-offs and although tonight's game at the Aviva Stadium is at the forefront of their thoughts, the future can not be ignored.

It hasn't been pretty but is a scenario that Martin O'Neill and Irish supporters would probably have accepted heading into Monday night's showdown in Cardiff. I'm all-in for England and hope they do us a favour, but I'm not convinced it will be comfortable. We try to do whatever we can and play as well as we can.

James McClean was the hero the last time the sides met when he bagged himself a brace in a 3-1 victory for the Republic but he and Robbie Brady will both be unavailable for selection tonight after picking up yellow cards in the loss to Serbia last month.

O'Neill mentioned needing "invention" and "width" to "break down" the Moldovans.

Considering the players they have they should have put Group F to bed two or three games ago.

"I've a lot of faith in him", O'Neill said of O'Dowda.

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"When he comes in, his little bits of training he does with us, he's always been impressive".

Good luck to both Sean and Daryl while away on worldwide duty.

"They (the FAI) said they would like to extend my contract with the Euros coming up and I've agreed to do so", said the 65-year-old.

"So I think there is much to look forward to".

"I think the season tickets have gone from 4,000 when we started to 16,000, so I think there is some evidence that we're doing okay".

The FAI picked a odd time to announce Martin O'Neill and his backroom team's contract extension until 2020.

"Roy is obviously his own man and I've never shied away from this, that at some stage or other he will manage again".

"In fact, he might have got worse!"

"I'm delighted. I've enjoyed it immensely".

"I think he'll be fine".

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