Miss out on Ireland v Bosnia tickets? FAI confirms there will be another general sale

Second batch of tickets for the home leg will go on sale next Monday.

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MORE TICKETS FOR Ireland’s Euro 2016 play-off second leg will go on sale next week.

A full house is expected for the Aviva Stadium showdown against Bosnia-Herzegovina after the first batch of general admission tickets sold out yesterday.

Fans who missed out in the scramble will have a second chance when more tickets are released next Monday, 2 November, at 11am through

Premium level tickets for the 16 November clash are still available, the FAI said.

Martin O’Neill today named a 39-man provisional squad ahead of the first leg in Zenica on 13 November.

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