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LIVE stream: Georgia vs Ireland Republic on Sep. 7

LIVE stream: Georgia vs Ireland Republic on Sep. 7, 2014 - UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifying

September 6, 2014 By Miguel Solorzano
Georgia and Ireland Republic kick off their EURO 2016 qualifying campaign in Tbilisi on Sunday.

Following a comfortable 2-0 win with goals from Kevin Doyle and Alex Pierce against Oman on Wednesday at the Aviva Stadium, Ireland looks forward to keep their winning ways when they visit Tbilisi to face Georgia in their first match of the EURO 2016 qualifiers. Martin O’Neill will face his first real test as Ireland’s manager after taking over from Giovanni Trapattoni in November 2013.

"It's been a long time. It's something I've never been used to, to play a competitive game how many months, eight or nine after you joined up in November last year?” said O'Neill before the match against Oman on Wednesday. 

"Any job you have gone to at club level if you were only starting at pre-season, other than that you would be stepping into job and playing a competitive game within a couple of days.”

The sad news for Ireland is that one of the key players won’t be available for the match as Wigan’s winger James McClean hasn’t fully recovered from an ankle injury. 

Regarding McClean’s injury, O’Neill commented:

“James is disappointed in a sense, he thinks he is further on. My concern really is while the injury has healed up, he hasn't played that much contact football."

"If he did maybe pull a hamstring or a calf muscle in an attempt to strive for full fitness, then he might miss the games next month. At least now he has got that chance to get ready."

Following a disappointing performance in the Euro 2012, Ireland is looking to change their fate for the upcoming event and they will take the match against Georgia seriously. 

Ireland and Everton defender Seamus Coleman had his word on the upcoming fixture:

“I was watching the [World Cup] games and I really enjoyed it, but you just wanted to be part of it, and obviously I didn’t play in the last European Championships so I’m definitely hungry to be a part of that, and that’s what you want as an international player - to play on the biggest stage.”

Regarding their rivals, he said:

“They get behind the ball, they defend well and make it difficult and they have some good players on the counter. We’ve watched a few clips of teams who have gone there like France and Spain and it wasn’t too easy, so we know it’s going to be difficult, but we’re set up well so hopefully we’ll be coming out of there with three points.” 

On the other hand, Georgia will look for a first win against Ireland with a well-organized team under former English Premier League player Temuri Ketsbaia. 

Georgia has never won against Ireland, as their record in five games is W0 D0 L5. 

Georgia and Ireland are located in group D, which also includes Germany, Poland, Scotland and Gibraltar. 

Where to watch this match - live stream, start time, TV channels, live scores

Watch Georgia vs Ireland live on Sunday, September 7, 2014:

In the USA at 12:00 EST:

In Canada at 12:00 EST:

In the UK at 17:00 BST:

In Ireland at 17:00 BST:

In Georgia at 18:00 CET:

For complete TV/Online/Radio listings of this Euro 2016 Qualifying match, please visit the Georgia vs. Ireland match page.


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