- Republic of Ireland hoping to reach first World Cup finals since 2002
- Martin O’Neill’s side would qualify with home win over Denmark
- But Denmark will progress to Russia providing they secure a score draw
- World Cup play-off kicks off from 7.45pm GMT at the Aviva Stadium
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With just one European spot left for next summer’s World Cup, Republic of Ireland and Denmark will battle it out at the Aviva Stadium for the right to travel to Russia.
Following a 0-0 draw in Parken, Martin O’Neill’s side have the opportunity to reach their first World Cup for 16 years in front of their home fans providing they can secure victory.
However Denmark have the advantage of the away goals rule, meaning a score draw in Dublin will send Republic of Ireland out. Follow all the action as it happens for the 7.45pm GMT kick-off with Sportsmail.