There are surprises on both sides as Ireland and Scotland have named their teams for this evening's crucial Euro 2016 qualifier.
There's no Aiden McGeady, James McClean or Robbie Keane as O'Neill selects Wesley Hoolahan to start. It's unclear whether the Ireland team will be set up to play narrow and rely on Coleman and Brady to provide the width down the flanks, or whether Jeff Hendrick will be moved out to the right with Walters moved onto the left.
If things are going badly, O'Neill has plenty of options on the bench in the form of Long, Keane, McGeady or McClean.
The Ireland Team To Play Scotland
Ireland team: Given, Coleman, Brady, Wilson, O'Shea, McCarthy, Whelan, Hendrick, Hoolahan, Walters, Murphy #IrlSco #MakeTheMatch
— FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) June 13, 2015
Strachan has also made a few interesting selections with Anya who gave Seamus Coleman a lot of trouble not included:
Starting 11 - Marshall, Hutton, Forsyth, Martin, Mulgrew, Maloney, Morrison, Brown (C), S.Fletcher, Naismith, Ritchie #IrelandvScotland
— Scottish Football (@ScotlandFA) June 13, 2015