Sky Sports will broadcast the World Cup 2018 Group D qualifier between Republic of Ireland v Wales this evening.
The match comes from the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, where the hosts will look to continue their impressive form by recording a fourth victory in five matches, and maintain their hold on the top spot in the table.
Meanwhile, the Welsh will be eager not to lose further ground on the Irish, having previously won one and drawn three, leaving them four points behind.
Coverage begins at 7.00pm on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD with live streaming on Sky Go and Now TV.
Sky will also air Spain’s Group G qualifier with Israel on Sky Sports 5 and Sky Sports Mix from 7.40pm tonight.
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