Republic of Ireland vs Denmark live: What time is it, what TV channel, stream information, kick-off time, odds

Martin O’Neill has warned Denmark not to be taken in by the Republic of Ireland’s paltry World Cup goals tally.



The pair meet in a decisive play-off second leg encounter at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday evening with Ireland having managed to find the back of the net on only four occasions in their Group D qualifiers in Dublin.

Indeed, they managed only 12 goals in total during the entire campaign and could not add to it in Saturday evening’s 0-0 draw in Copenhagen.

O’Neill is acutely aware of the chasm 68-goal Robbie Keane left on his retirement from international football, but remains confident his team can find a way to beat the Danes.

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13 mins ago

Republic of Ireland: Randolph, Christie, Duffy, Clark, Ward, Hendrick, Arter, Meyler, Brady, McClean, Murphy.
Substitutes: Westwood, O’Shea, McShane, Whelan, McGeady, Shane Long, O’Dowda, Hoolahan, Hourihane, Hogan, Kevin Long, Doyle. 
Denmark: Schmeichel, Kjaer, Christensen, Bjelland, Poulsen, Delaney, Kvist, Larsen, Nicolai Jorgensen, Eriksen, Sisto.
Substitutes: Lossl, Jensen, Vestergaard, Ankersen, Bendtner, Mathias Zanka Jorgensen, Knudsen, Braithwaite, Lerager, Schone, Cornelius, Ronnow. 

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