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Where To Watch Ireland Vs Wales? TV Details For The Nations League Clash

Where To Watch Ireland Vs Wales? TV Details For The Nations League Clash
By Gary Connaughton
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The Republic of Ireland are back in action tonight, with Wales the visitors to the Aviva Stadium as we try to secure our first ever UEFA Nations League victory. Martin O'Neill will be hoping to avenge the 4-1 drubbing received at the hands of the same opponent last month, so there is plenty of pride at stake in this game. If you're not heading along to the match tonight, don't worry. We have all the details on where you can watch Ireland vs Wales in the UEFA Nations League.

Where to watch Ireland vs Wales? 

The game is kicking off at 7.45pm, and is live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football. Coverage will begin on both channels at 7pm.

Unfortunately the match will not be broadcast live on free-to-air tv, but you can catch the highlights from the match on Virgin Media One starting at 10pm.

How are Ireland likely to line out?

Who knows? Martin O'Neill continues to spring surprises with his team selections, with Cyrus Christy lining out in a centre midfield role against Denmark on Saturday night being the latest example.


We know there will be changes to the starting XI, with Callum O'Dowda ruled out through injury. Callum Robinson made a positive impression off the bench in the Denmark game, so we may see him get the nod up front alongside Shane Long.

What about the Welsh?

The Wales squad has been hit by the injury bug in the build-up to this game, with a number of players ruled out. Gareth Bale and Ethan Ampadu both miss out through injury, while Aaron Ramsey is unavailable due to personal reasons.

Bournemouth winger David Brooks is expected to start on the right side of midfield, having impressed in the 4-1 defeat to Spain on Thursday night.


How important is this game for Ireland?

Pretty important. A failure to win in this game would all but condemn Ireland to relegation from the 'B' league of the UEFA Nations League. That is bit of nightmare scenario for Martin O'Neill's men, as it would see them become third seeds in the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign, and would likely result in a tougher qualifying group.

A win could put us right in the mix to top the group, which would see Ireland become top seeds for Euro 2020 qualifying. That has to be the goal in this game against a Wales team without a number of their key players.

So a reminder, the match is live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football tonight, with kick-off at 7.45pm.


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