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O'Neill makes seven changes to starting line-up for Poland trip

The Ireland manager will take a first look at a number of players in Poznan.

Jon Walters captains the side tonight.
Jon Walters captains the side tonight.
Image: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

MARTIN O’NEILL HAS stayed true to his word by ringing in the changes for his second game in charge.

Ireland take on Poland in Poznan this evening (7.45pm) and just four players who started against Latvia on Friday — Marc Wilson, Stephen Ward, James McCarthy, and Aiden McGeady — have kept their places.

That sees David Forde replace Keiren Westwood in goal while Stephen Kelly and Sean St Ledger are preferred to Seamus Coleman and John O’Shea in the backline.

Paul Green and Jon Walters, captain for the night, come into the midfield and Anthony Stokes and Shane Long get the nod in attack.

Ireland’s team to play Poland: Forde, Kelly, St Ledger, Wilson, Ward, Walters (c), McCarthy, Green, McGeady, Stokes, Long.

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