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Keano staring down the match official while chewing gum is our new jam
Ireland may have lost the game, but we won the staring contest.
# Analysis
The Shane Long experiment didn't work and 4 more talking points from last night
The Irish strategy ensured the striker was relatively anonymous while Scotland bossed things in central midfield.
# foxy beard derby
Gordon Strachan was delighted to win 'epic duel' with Celtic cousins
A fine strike from Shaun Maloney gave the home side a vital 1-0 victory over their fierce rivals at Celtic Park on Friday night, much to the 57-year-old’s delight.
# out of 10
Player ratings: Here’s how the Boys in Green fared against Scotland
We reflect on a disappointing night for the Boys in Green.
# Opinion
Eamon Dunphy: Ireland need to pass the ball more
Meanwhile, Richie Sadlier argued that the hosts adapted to the pressure of the occasion better.
# substitute
'If the manager wants to play one up-front, I'm not f**king Niall Quinn and I'm not Shane Long'
Robbie Keane says he has to respect Martin O’Neill’s decision to drop him for last night’s clash with Scotland.
# TheStare
Roy Keane fixed the ref with one serious death stare this evening
It’s no consolation but at least Keano won the staring contest.
# Reaction
Martin O'Neill: Ireland deserved a draw tonight
The Irish manager tried to focus on the positives following their disappointing 1-0 loss to Scotland.
# Report
Maloney delivers a moment of magic to settle drab derby
“It’s a disappointment but it’s far from failure,” Ireland boss Martin O’Neill said afterwards.
# disappointing
Occasion may have got the better of McGeady and others as luck runs out for O'Neill
Ireland were second best throughout the 90 minutes in tonight’s Euro 2016 qualifier.
This fine Shaun Maloney finish gave Scotland all three points against Ireland
Maloney struck the game’s only goal 15 minutes from time.
# Delays
Heavy queues outside Celtic Park meant lots of fans missed the kick-off tonight
Supporters took to social media to vent their frustration.
# Shock
Robbie Keane does not start against Scotland - here's the Ireland team
Martin O’Neill has opted for the pace of Shane Long up front, dropping Ireland’s captain for the first time since 2001.
# build up
Letter from Glasgow: The calm before the storm on what's sure to be a special night
You may not have noticed, but Ben Blake is getting excited about tonight’s Euro 2016 qualifier.
# take cover
I hid behind the Cornflakes to avoid Roy Keane in a supermarket, says Steven Reid
Ex-international says Irish players won’t care about the recent incident in Portmarnock.
# Back pages
What are the Scottish media saying about tonight's Euro 2016 qualifier?
Unsurprisingly, Martin O’Neill and Gordon Strachan feature in all the daily papers while there are interviews with Ray Houghton and advice from Charlie Nicholas.
Jeff Hendrick: Why Ireland's form midfielder should start against Scotland
The 22-year-old can play an important supporting role in an Irish 4-5-1.
# Flashback
8 things that were true the last time that Ireland and Scotland played competitively
It was a long time ago.
Local derby feel as Ireland and Scotland know each other all too well
The day is finally here for the Tartan Army to host the Boys in Green at Celtic Park.
# Opinion
'Here's what the Ireland starting XI to face Scotland tonight should be'
James McClean or Jonathan Walters? Robbie Keane or Shane Long? Here’s what we think.
# Vintage
Remember Scotland vs Ireland in 1987? Here are 10 photos to jog your memory
Brady, Lawrenson, Houghton and Charlton all feature in these classic black and white snaps.
# vote early vote often
Poll: How confident are you ahead of tonight's game against Scotland?
Is it going to be a big night for the Boys in Green?
# chalkboard
Analysis: How the Republic of Ireland can beat Scotland
Gordon Strachan’s side have defensive issues that can be exploited while their shape leads to opportunities.
O’Neill: Keane incident was a distraction, but it’s over
Ireland will be ready for Scotland on Friday despite what happened off-the-field yesterday, according to the man in charge.
# celtic clasico
Scottish quartet will cause Ireland real problems, says skipper Brown
Martin O’Neill will need to be wary of the movement of Ikechi Anya, Shaun Maloney, Steven Naismith and Steven Fletcher.
# Analysis
5 talking points ahead of tomorrow's all-important Scotland-Ireland game
‘How much will the Roy Keane incident impact on morale’ and more questions.
# Having words
It’s not just Martin O’Neill who’s having problems with his assistant manager...
Scottish counterpart Gordon Strachan claims Mark McGhee is a ‘nightmare’ when he wins at Scrabble.
# home comforts
‘It’s not going to be Celtic Park. Tomorrow, it will be Scotland’s park’ - Strachan
The former Hoops manager isn’t worried that travelling Irish fans will dilute their home advantage during Friday’s qualifier.
# Boo Boys
'It's just another game' - Aiden McGeady on Scotland clash
The former Celtic winger will ignore the boos and play his own game.
# Analysis
Scotland v Republic of Ireland: 3 key battles
Martin O’Neill’s side will need to monitor Steven Naismith closely while James McClean has a great opportunity to impress.
# MONKeano
Martin O'Neill issues new Keane statement: 'Roy has my full support'
The Irish manager also says Keane has the support of the FAI.
Win against Irish not crucial to Scotland's chances - Whittaker
It’s gonna be a fun Friday night in Glasgow.
# Blow
James McCarthy and Glenn Whelan both OUT of Scotland game
The FAI have confirmed that both players will return to their clubs.
# problems
FAI back Roy Keane after 'incident' reported at Ireland team hotel
The side are set to fly out to Glasgow today as their preparations for the big match continue.
Mick McCarthy thinks Irish pair will be 'slaughtered' - because they're good players
Ireland’s former manager and Graeme Souness give their thoughts on this week’s big international qualifier.
O'Neill to wait on fitness of McCarthy and Whelan, Doyle ruled out
The Ireland squad trained at Gannon Park this afternoon with three days to go until the showdown with Scotland.
# identity
How Scottish-born McGeady and McCarthy ended up playing for Ireland
The pair will have the strange experience of lining out for an away international in their hometown if they feature on Friday.
# Finalised
Wilson ruled out of Scotland qualifier, first call-ups for Christie and McGoldrick
Stoke City’s Glenn Whelan hasn’t made the 27-man squad but Everton midfielder James McCarthy will be assessed in Dublin tonight.
'McGeady and McCarthy deserve to get a horrible reception' - Gordon McQueen
The former Scottish defender wants home fans to give the two Ireland stars a hard time on Friday night.
What shape is the Ireland squad in a week out from the Scotland qualifier?
Martin O’Neill will be keeping a close eye on this weekend’s matches ahead of another huge fixture.