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The Irish Team To Face Denmark In Dublin Has Been Named

The Irish Team To Face Denmark In Dublin Has Been Named

The Dublin air is burdened with anticipation mixed with dread, as Ireland and Denmark get ready to go head-to-head for one of the final three spots going at the World Cup.

Thanks to a very lenient referee, neither side lost any players through suspension for the second leg, something Martin O'Neill considered as an inevitability. Therefore, with David Meyler returning from suspension, Martin O'Neill makes one change: Meyler replaces Callum O'Dowda.

It means that Ireland start with the same XI as started the win in Cardiff.

Team in full: Randolph; Christie, Duffy, Clark, Ward; Arter, Meyler; Hendrick, Brady, McClean; Murphy

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The subs are as follows:  Westwood (GK), Doyle (GK), O'Shea, McShane, Whelan, McGeady, S. Long, O'Dowda, Hoolahan, Hourihane, Hogan, K. Long

See Also: Watch: Brendan Gleeson Stars In RTE's Hair-Raising Pre-Denmark Montage

Gavin Cooney
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Changed the spelling of his name upon pressure from Michael Owen.

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