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Last chance saloon! Final batch of tickets for Ireland's date with destiny on sale

You better get your skates on.

A full house is expected next Monday.
A full house is expected next Monday.
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THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION have released the final batch of tickets for the second-leg of Ireland’s Euro 2016 play-off against Bosnia-Herzegovina.

The sell-out signs are expected to be up at the Aviva Stadium next Monday after the first batch of general admission tickets were snapped up by fans hoping to see Ireland qualify for next summer’s tournament.

But supporters who missed out now have a final chance to purchase tickets for the Lansdowne Road showdown – but you better got a move on.

Just 888 Premium level tickets are available through Ticketmaster, although they will set you back €120 a pop.

Martin O’Neill’s squad continued their preparations for Friday’s first-leg in Zenica today but there’s still uncertainty surrounding the availability of a number of key players as a club versus country row brews.

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