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Poll: How do you think Ireland will fare in tonight's Euro 2020 qualifier against Georgia?

After the 1-0 win on Saturday against Gibraltar, Ireland are back on home soil.

Ireland players celebrate after Jeff Hendrick scored on Saturday.
Ireland players celebrate after Jeff Hendrick scored on Saturday.
Image: James Crombie/INPHO

IRELAND CONTINUE THEIR Euro 2020 campaign tonight, a homecoming for Mick McCarthy in Dublin as they entertain Georgia.

The Group D qualifier comes on the back of Ireland’s 1-0 win away to Gibraltar on Saturday while Georgia opened with a 2-0 loss at home to Switzerland. 

The teams are not strangers, crossing paths on nine occasions since 2003. The recent World Cup qualifying campaign saw Ireland win 1-0 at home in October 2016 thanks to a Seamus Coleman goal before a 1-1 draw away in September 2017 when Shane Duffy netted.

Ireland also faced Georgia twice in Euro 2016 qualification, winning 2-1 away courtesy of a brace from Aiden McGeady and 1-0 at home due to a strike from Jon Walters.

But how do you expect tonight’s game to go?

Let us know.

Poll Results:

Ireland win (2699)
Draw (2149)
Georgia win (851)

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