Ireland Prepare For Euro Qualifier Against Gibraltar

The Republic of Ireland will be hoping to continue their unbeaten run in Euro 2020 qualifying as they prepare to face Gibraltar at the Aviva tonight, 10 June.

The team sit top of group D with seven points from three games, after snatching a draw in Denmark last week. A late equaliser from Shane Duffy saw Ireland earn a great point against the Danes on Friday night, 07 June.

Gibraltar are currently bottom of the group with zero points from two games. Ireland nabbed a 1-0 win against Gibraltar in March, while Georgia won comfortably at home with a 3-0 scoreline.

Ireland versus Gibraltar kicks off at 7.45pm at the Aviva stadium in Dublin.


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