With a 1-1 tie on the first leg of the match,Republic of Ireland will host Bosnia and Herzegovina in Dublin on Monday on their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.
Fixture: Republic of Ireland vs Bosnia and Herzegovina (Second Leg)
Date: 16 November 2015
Kick Off: Republic of Ireland vs Bosnia and Herzegovina
Venue:Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Republic of Ireland will host Bosnia and Herzegovina on their second Leg match of Euro 2016 qualifier. Earlier,on the first leg match on Friday evening,they settled 1-1 draw that has provided a slim advantage for republic of Ireland. A goalless draw against Bosnia is sufficiently enough for Ireland to assure their place for 2016 Euro Tournament.
On the first leg played at Zenica the team settled 1-1 draw. Republic of Ireland took the lead on the 82nd minute with goal from Brady. The lead couldn’t last for longer as Eden Dzeko equalized the score in the 85th minute of the game.
Republic of Ireland duo John O’Shea and Shane will play the second leg match as they have returned to the training for Monday’s Euro 2016 play-off. The pair missed the first leg through a combination of injury and suspension.Southampton striker Long may be available again after injury. Everton midfielder Muhamed Besic is expected to be included in the playing squad for Bosnia.Earlier he was banned for the home leg.
Players to watch-Richard Keogh
With an impressive first leg display that made him man of the match,Richard Keogh will be looking to give continuity for his form.
Head to Head
Apart from first leg,the only clash between the two teams was on 2007 where Ireland defeated 1-0 courtesy to the goal from long.
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Republic of Ireland vs Prediction and Betting
Desipte having low FIFA ranking, Ireland showed a great threat on their first leg qualifier Match. Given the form Republic of Ireland are in and since they have home advantage, we predict that Republic of Ireland will win the match. We would not be surprised if the match finishes in a draw.
ROI possible starting lineup: Randolph; Coleman, Keogh, O’Shea, Ward; Hendrick, Whelan, McCarthy, Brady; Hoolahan; Walters
Bosnia possible starting lineup: Begovic; Mujdza, Sunjic, Spahic, Zukanovic; Visca, Pjanic, Besic, Lulic; Ibisevic, Dzeko
Who do you think will win the match? Republic of Ireland or Bosnia and Herzegovina ? Comment