Where To Watch Ireland's U-21s Qualifier Vs Sweden - TV Details For The Big Match

Where To Watch Ireland's U-21s Qualifier Vs Sweden - TV Details For The Big Match

Ireland U-21s take on Sweden in the seventh game of their UEFA Euro U-21 qualification campaign today. This match follows Ireland’s impressive 3-1 victory against Sweden in September. Here are all the details on where to watch Ireland U-21s Vs Sweden U-21s.


What Is On The Line?

Ireland are currently top of Group A with a total of 13 points from 6 games. However, they do have two games in hand over second-place Iceland and 3 games in hand over Tuesday’s opponents Sweden. Getting a win against this Swedish side will extend Ireland’s lead at the top of Group A.

Following on from a 1-0 versus Armenia on Thursday in which Ireland were the dominant side and controlled possession, Stephen Kenny’s side will be confident going into the game. 

Where To Watch Ireland U-21s Vs Sweden U-21s?

Ireland U-21s welcome Sweden to Tallaght Stadium on Tuesday and will kick off at 8 pm. The match will be available to watch on EirSport 1.


Ireland Team News

Ireland will be without Troy Parrott and Aaron Connolly as Parrot was involved with the senior team and Connolly is hurt. Caomhin Kelleher, Trevor Clarke, Conor Masterson, Darragh Leahy, Neil Farrugia, and Michael Obafemi will not be involved either. Dara O’Shea will be unavailable after receiving a red card in the 1-0 win over Armenia on Thursday. 

Jayson Molumby and Lee O’Connor are both available to be selected after serving suspensions for the Armenia game. Gavin Bazunu will be looking to impress again after performing well against Armenia. It will also be a good opportunity for other players to fill in the empty positions left by the omissions in the squad.

What To Expect

Ireland will be looking to replicate their performance against Sweden so you can expect an exciting attacking performance from Stephen Kenny’s side. If you have the chance to go, then you definitely should. You will see an exciting and attacking team and have a glimpse at the future of Irish football.

Conor Byrne

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