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Poll: Will you watch the Ireland v Denmark match tonight?

It’s Ireland’s last chance to qualify for the World Cup.

Irish fans at the Parken Stadium, Copenhagen.
Irish fans at the Parken Stadium, Copenhagen.
Image: Niall Carson via PA Images

THE KICK-OFF TIME for Ireland’s second World Cup clash with Denmark, held at the Aviva Stadium, is 7.45 tonight.

After Saturday’s first leg ended in a 0-0 draw, this will be Ireland’s last chance to qualify for the World Cup – and this time they’ve a home advantage.

Some people will be attending the match, others will watch from the edge of their seats at home or in the pub. And then there are others who will be doing everything they can to avoid the soccer talk.

So, will you be among those who will be watching the Ireland match tonight?

Poll Results:

Yes, on the telly/online (7447)
No (3360)
I don't know (647)
Yes, at the Aviva (555)

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