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 By PA Sport

Liam Kelly declined Ireland call to keep England options open

Liam Kelly is waiting for England to call.

Reading midfielder Liam Kelly has told Martin O'Neill he wants to keep his options open in case England come calling after declining a call-up to the Republic of Ireland squad.

The 22-year-old was named in an initial 30-man party for the Republic's training camp near Antalya this week ahead of Friday's friendly against Turkey, but was not among the final 25 who flew out from Dublin on Monday.

O'Neill revealed Basingstoke-born Kelly, who represented Ireland at Under-18 and Under-21 levels, had declined...

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Northern Ireland to play Ireland in a friendly match in November

The Republic of Ireland will meet neighbours Northern Ireland in a friendly match in November this year.

Republic boss Martin O'Neill and Northern Ireland counterpart Michael O'Neill will go head-to-head for the first time as international managers, almost seven and a half years since the teams last clashed in a senior fixture at the Aviva Stadium on Nov. 15.

Neither nation has a competitive fixture on that day and they will use the game as preparation for their UEFA Nations League games against...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Christian Eriksen stars as Denmark rout Ireland 5-1, book World Cup spot

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Three points from Tuesday's UEFA playoff as Denmark booked a place at the 2018 World Cup with an emphatic 5-1 win over Ireland.

1. Eriksen destroys Irish resistance

With three goals from three chances, Christian Eriksen rocketed Denmark to Russia. Ireland had simply no answer to Tottenham's playmaker as his display of Danish dynamite destroyed their dream of reaching a first finals since 2002.

Instead, Denmark will make their first appearance at a World Cup since 2010, when...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Ireland must frustrate Denmark to seal World Cup playoff progress

DUBLIN, Ireland -- The Republic of Ireland and Denmark will be the last European teams to either celebrate or suffer at the hands of the 2018 World Cup playoffs. At 0-0, going into the second leg in Dublin, the tie could not be finer balanced.

As Denmark coach Age Hareide observed of Ireland, the hosts have become far more adept at playing away than at the Aviva Stadium. "I saw the game they played with Serbia, they lost 1-0," he said at a news conference on Monday evening. "They drew against Wales...