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Republic of Ireland 0-0 Wales: Neil Taylor sees red for Seamus Coleman tackle

By James Walker-Roberts

Last Updated: 25/03/17 9:28am

Republic of Ireland missed the chance to return to the top of World Cup Qualifying Group D after being held to a goalless draw by 10-man Wales at the Aviva Stadium on Friday.

Neil Taylor was shown a straight red card in the 69th minute for a lunging tackle on Seamus Coleman that saw the Everton defender carried off on a stretcher.

The hosts could not make the most of their numerical advantage and it was Wales who went closest to a winner as Gareth Bale fired just the post.

The draw sees Ireland move level with Serbia on 11 points at the top of Group D while Wales are third, four points behind.

Next up for Wales is a trip to Serbia in June, when they will be without the suspended Bale after he was booked for a second-half tackle on John O’Shea.

Ireland made a late change before the match as James McCarthy was withdrawn from the starting line-up minutes before kick-off and replaced by David Meyler, with Richard Keogh at centre-back alongside John O’Shea.

Hal Robson-Kanu was preferred to Sam Vokes up front by Wales, who dominated possession in a cagey first half.

While Ireland spent the majority of the opening 45 minutes around their own box, neither side created a chance.

Taylor would have been in on goal if he had been able to control Bale’s brilliant pass through the defence, while Shane Long had Ireland’s best opportunity when he failed to make contact from a corner.

But Wales started to create chances after the break, with Bale having the first shot on target as he hit a free-kick at Darren Randolph, and then firing narrowly wide from 30 yards.

Taylor headed off target from the penalty spot as Wales continued to threaten before half-time substitute Vokes dragged an effort wide.

But Wales suffered two setbacks inside a minute as Bale was booked for a late tackle on O’Shea and then Taylor was shown a straight red for a lunging tackle on Coleman.

After Coleman was carried off on a stretcher, Ireland raised the tempo and McClean saw a shot deflect just wide.

But Bale nearly won it for Wales with a fine solo effort as he burst forward from halfway and hit a shot that grazed the outside of the post.

Wales v Republic of Ireland: Coleman wants players to make more history

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Wales manager Chris Coleman wants his “golden generation” to forget the past and make more history when they face the Republic of Ireland in their final World Cup qualifier on Monday.

Coleman guided Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 – their first major tournament for 58 years.

And a win on Monday could take them to their first World Cup since 1958.

“There is nothing for the players to fear,” said Coleman. “I think both teams are going to go for it.”

The winners in Cardiff will guarantee at least second in Group D, with a draw enough for Wales to end up in that position and, potentially, claim a play-off spot for Russia 2018.

Should Wales win and Serbia fail to beat Georgia, Coleman’s men would qualify automatically for Russia 2018.

They would secure top spot if they draw and Serbia lose by two goals.

Coleman said: “We don’t really talk about anything but what we need to be doing right now.

“They were labelled this ‘golden’ bunch of players before we qualified [for Euro 2016] and I fought against that, because they had not earned that tag.

“But they have earned it now. They are a golden era.

“This group of players have made a difference and they have gone one step further than anybody else that has come before them.

“The problem is, that is in the past as well. Whatever we have done is not going to help us against Ireland.”

Welsh Player of the Year Chris Gunter knows the country’s fans will be “nervous”.

But the Reading defender, who is set to move within two of Gary Speed’s Wales outfield record by winning his 83rd cap, said: “We really need them to fully believe in us and to fully back us and give us one last push.”

Coleman added: “I have sat there when I did not even know that, if the next result was a bad one, whether I would still be in a job.

“To be here now is an absolute joy for me.”

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Republic of Ireland 0 – 0 Wales | 2018 – FIFA World Cup | 2017782

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REPORT: Ireland play out draw with Wales

Ireland had the best chances of the game with James McClean’s goal-bound effort deflected wide and Shane Long’s late header blocked in the six-yard area as Ireland ended the night second in Group D, behind Serbia.

Martin O’Neill was dealt a blow before the game had started when James McCarthy, who was named in the starting XI, pulled up in the warm-up meaning Hull City midfielder David Meyler came into the side to replace him.

It was a tentative start from both sides in a cauldron of an atmosphere at the Aviva Stadium. It took 25 minutes for the first chance to arrive as an Aaron Ramsey corner to the back-post found James Chester, who leaped highest, but he directed his header wide under pressure from John O’Shea.

O’Shea almost had the desired impact at the other end as with Ireland’s first corner of the game McClean’s low-swinging cross found O’Shea who flicked on for Shane Long but he failed to make contact with the ball under pressure in the 34th minute.

The second-half started in the same vein with Ireland happy to let the away side have the ball. In the 63rd minute, Gareth Bale found a low cross from the right towards substitute Sam Vokes but his shot was well blocked.

Five minutes later, Wales were reduced to ten men due to a reckless challenge by Neil Taylor on Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman. The Welsh defender was high and out of control as he slid on Coleman to be shown a red card and the Irish skipper was stretchered off immediately.

Martin O’Neill’s side rallied immediately as they looked to take advantage of the sending off. McClean almost put the Irish ahead as David Meyler’s cushioned header found the West Bromwich Albion man but his shot was deflected wide by Chris Gunter in the 73rd minute.

Martin O’Neill added attacking impetus to his side with the introduction of Aiden McGeady, who has been in fine form for Preston North End with 11 minutes remaining as Ireland poured forward in search of the winner.

It almost proved their undoing as Real Madrid star Bale won the ball on the half-way line and drove towards the Irish defence, turned inside and unleashed a fierce effort which skimmed the top of the cross-bar with six minutes remaining.

In the final minutes of the game, Ireland almost grabbed a winner as McGeady clipped the ball to the back-post to find Shane Long but his header was blocked in the six-yard area as the game ended with the points shared.

Republic of Ireland: Randolph; Coleman (Christie 72), Keogh, O’Shea, Ward; McClean, Whelan, Meyler (McGeady 79), Hendrick; Walters, Long.

Wales: Hennessey; Gunter, Taylor, Davies, Chester, Williams; Allen, Robson-Kanu (Vokes 46), Ramsey, Bale, Ledley (Richards 72).

Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy).

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Chris Coleman’s men will travel to Dublin for the group D 2018 World Cup qualifier against the Republic of Ireland this Friday (24/03/17). Sgorio will broadcast the game live from the Aviva Stadium at 19:15 with kick off at 19:45.

Although Wales have not lost in their World Cup qualifying campaign they have only picked up six points after three successive draws – with Coleman’s side now third in their qualifying group.

Their opponents this Friday, The Republic of Ireland top the Group after three successive victories – picking up ten points from their four opening games.

Wales will need a positive result at the Aviva on Friday night to gain ground on group D’s front runners – and hold on to any hope of progressing to next year’s World Cup.

Only the group winners will automatically qualify for next year’s World Cup in Russia – and finishing second will not automatically qualify for a place in the play-offs.

UEFA, the European football governing body have nine qualifying groups for next year’s World Cup with only eight of the best finishing second placed teams qualifying for a place in the play-offs.

As it stands the Republic of Ireland lead the group, but Serbia in second place have a chance to overtake Martin O’Neill’s men with a win at Georgia in Friday night’s 17:00 kick off.

Team news
The Red Wall will be delighted that all of Wales’ stars are fit for this Friday’s clash.

Gareth Bale completed 90 minutes of football for Real Madrid last weekend as Los Blancos beat Athletic Bilbao 1-2 at the San Mamés Stadium.

Fans’ favourite, Hal Robson-Kanu scored for West Brom in their 3-1 win over Arsenal last Saturday and Tottenham Hotspur’s left back, Ben Davies will returns to the Wales squad after missing last autumn’s clash against Serbia at the Cardiff City stadium.

Eight players have pulled out ot the Republic of Ireland’s squad due to Injury:
goalkeeper Rob Elliot (knee), defenders Ciaran Clark (knee) and Paul McShane; midfielders Harry Arter (calf), Wes Hoolahan (thigh) and Liam Kelly (hamstring), and strikers David McGoldrick (knee) and Daryl Murphy (calf).

Midfielder, James McCarthy is also a doubt after missing Everton’s last two games.

Head to head
The countries have an equal head to head record; Wales winning five games, The Republic of Ireland winning five and three draws.

The last time Wales won against the Republic was back in 1992, Mark Pembridge scoring in a 0-1 victory in Dublin.

The last time the countries met was in a score-less friendly at the Cardiff City Stadium in August 2013.

Stats
Gareth Bale only needs three goals to break Wales’ all time scoring record of 28 goals held by Ian Rush. The Real Madrid star has scored four goals this qualifying campaign.

Chris Gunter has played every minute of Wales’ World Cup qualifying campaign & Wales’ Euro 2016 campaign – rising to fourth in the list of Wales’ most capped players with 77 caps. Gunter now needs 16 more caps to break Neville Southall’s record of 92 caps.

The Republic of Ireland v Wales, this Friday (24/03/17) with kick off at 19:45. Coverage starts at 19:15 on S4C.
Join Dylan Ebenezer and ex Wales internationals Dai Davies and Owain Tudur Jones for live coverage and reaction from the Group D qualifier against the table-topping Republic of Ireland. With commentary from Nic Parry and Malcolm Allen.

Wales v Republic of Ireland: Hosts will relish World Cup qualifier pressure – Chris Coleman

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Wales are relishing Monday’s World Cup qualifying decider against the Republic of Ireland and will go all out for victory, says manager Chris Coleman.

Tom Lawrence earned Wales a 1-0 win in Georgia on Friday to keep them in contention for automatic qualification from Group D.

Wales, unbeaten in qualifying, need only a point in Cardiff to guarantee second spot, and could top the group.

“It will be a sensational atmosphere – we welcome the pressure,” said Coleman.

Group leaders Serbia missed the chance to secure their place at the World Cup in Russia as they conceded in the last minute to lose 3-2 in Austria.

The Republic maintained their hopes with a 2-0 win over Moldova in Dublin.

Serbia are a point clear at the top and will qualify automatically if they beat Georgia.

However, if they lose, the winners of the Wales-Republic match will qualify, while a draw could send Wales through on goal difference.

From the nine European qualifying groups, the eight second-placed teams with the best records will advance to November’s two-legged play-offs.

Wales are currently ranked fifth in those standings as they aim to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1958.

“These are the games you want to be involved in,” said Coleman, whose side have won three matches in a row after five successive draws left them on the brink of elimination.

“Ireland will come to party. They won’t fear us, they won’t be afraid. They’ll come to us and expect to get a result and we’ll be up against it.

“We’re on dangerous ground if we go in with a gameplan of trying to soak the pressure up for 90 minutes. We are too good to do that.”

Speaking before Serbia’s surprise defeat in Austria maintained Wales’ chances of topping the group, Coleman said: “We will go and attack, go and score goals.

“We have to do that – it’s our strength. A point would be OK but we’ll go for three points.

“That’s the way it’s set up; it’ll be such a good game. We’ll look to score goals and make sure we get over the line.”

Republic manager Martin O’Neill was similarly buoyant about his side’s prospects.

“I just remember that we went to Lille having to win to get into the last 16 [against Italy at Euro 2016] and we did it, so let’s go for this,” he said.

“We know what we have to do now. We have to win a game in Cardiff.”

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Doing the business without Bale

Wales’ win in Georgia – their first in five attempts against those opponents – was their first since 2013 without their talisman, Gareth Bale.

They had not won a qualifier away from home without the Real Madrid forward since a 1-0 victory over Azerbaijan in 2009.

“People say we haven’t won without Bale or won two games on the trot,” said Coleman.

“But the past four years have not just been about Gareth Bale. He’s super important to us but we haven’t had him, Joe Allen and Aaron Ramsey all the time.

“Three times since [the Euro 2016 quarter-final] we’ve had them all on the pitch. That’s international football.

“Our team got on with the job, got over the line and we’re still in with a shout. We have a job to do and we have to get on with it.”

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Lawrence showed ‘courage, intelligence, maturity’

Lawrence’s long-range strike on only his ninth international appearance followed Liverpool teenager Ben Woodburn’s stunning goal to beat Austria.

“It was all about Tom – he was fantastic,” said Coleman. “I am absolutely thrilled for him. The goal was sensational and he deserves that.

“He did a really good job for us against Austria in a very tough game. He came off the pitch, Ben Woodburn went on and scored a famous goal.

“Then we went to Moldova and Tom did a job for us there. He came off the pitch again and Ben went on, crossed the ball and set up the goal. There was nothing against Tom; he has done good work for us.

“His job was with possession and without possession and he absolutely nailed it. He showed courage and intelligence, and he showed great maturity.”

No yellow peril for Republic match

None of the seven players in the Wales side on a booking picked up a caution, meaning Wales will be free of suspension for the Ireland match.

Coleman said: “We were composed when we needed to be. We started with a bite about us in possession, so for the lads who were on yellows to come out with no further damage was a big plus.

“Obviously it is all about the three points, but to come through with no yellows ticked another box.”

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Republic of Ireland 0 – 0 Wales | 2018 – FIFA World Cup | 2017782

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REPORT: Ireland play out draw with Wales

Ireland had the best chances of the game with James McClean’s goal-bound effort deflected wide and Shane Long’s late header blocked in the six-yard area as Ireland ended the night second in Group D, behind Serbia.

Martin O’Neill was dealt a blow before the game had started when James McCarthy, who was named in the starting XI, pulled up in the warm-up meaning Hull City midfielder David Meyler came into the side to replace him.

It was a tentative start from both sides in a cauldron of an atmosphere at the Aviva Stadium. It took 25 minutes for the first chance to arrive as an Aaron Ramsey corner to the back-post found James Chester, who leaped highest, but he directed his header wide under pressure from John O’Shea.

O’Shea almost had the desired impact at the other end as with Ireland’s first corner of the game McClean’s low-swinging cross found O’Shea who flicked on for Shane Long but he failed to make contact with the ball under pressure in the 34th minute.

The second-half started in the same vein with Ireland happy to let the away side have the ball. In the 63rd minute, Gareth Bale found a low cross from the right towards substitute Sam Vokes but his shot was well blocked.

Five minutes later, Wales were reduced to ten men due to a reckless challenge by Neil Taylor on Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman. The Welsh defender was high and out of control as he slid on Coleman to be shown a red card and the Irish skipper was stretchered off immediately.

Martin O’Neill’s side rallied immediately as they looked to take advantage of the sending off. McClean almost put the Irish ahead as David Meyler’s cushioned header found the West Bromwich Albion man but his shot was deflected wide by Chris Gunter in the 73rd minute.

Martin O’Neill added attacking impetus to his side with the introduction of Aiden McGeady, who has been in fine form for Preston North End with 11 minutes remaining as Ireland poured forward in search of the winner.

It almost proved their undoing as Real Madrid star Bale won the ball on the half-way line and drove towards the Irish defence, turned inside and unleashed a fierce effort which skimmed the top of the cross-bar with six minutes remaining.

In the final minutes of the game, Ireland almost grabbed a winner as McGeady clipped the ball to the back-post to find Shane Long but his header was blocked in the six-yard area as the game ended with the points shared.

Republic of Ireland: Randolph; Coleman (Christie 72), Keogh, O’Shea, Ward; McClean, Whelan, Meyler (McGeady 79), Hendrick; Walters, Long.

Wales: Hennessey; Gunter, Taylor, Davies, Chester, Williams; Allen, Robson-Kanu (Vokes 46), Ramsey, Bale, Ledley (Richards 72).

Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy).

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