Eire versus Serbia LIVE – Match updates as Stephen Kenny’s males go in quest of a morale boosting lead to Dublin
Hoping to qualify for the 2022 World Cup, the Republic of Ireland’s attention will be turned to morale boosting during Serbia’s visit to Dublin.
Serbia, who beat Ireland 3-2 at Rajko Mitic Stadium on March 24th, will try to repeat that trick when they get to Aviva Stadium tonight.
Matt Doherty in action in Ireland’s 3-2 loss to Serbia in March.
Stephen Kenny’s men were dragged out in a frustrating 1-1 draw with Azerbaijan at Aviva Stadium on Saturday, shedding hopes for the boys in Green to advance into Qatar.
Shane Duffy’s late header saved Ireland from an embarrassing defeat to a team ranked 112th in the world.
Both Stephen Kenny and James McClean were in a defiant mood leading up to tonight’s game, and both demanded patience from the fans.
Ireland have to do without captain Seamus Coleman due to injury, which is a setback for the boys in Green.
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