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Wales v Republic of Ireland: Hosts will relish World Cup qualifier pressure - Chris Coleman

BBC News Friday, 6 October 2017
Wales v Republic of Ireland: Hosts will relish World Cup qualifier pressure - Chris ColemanManager Chris Coleman says Wales will go all out to beat the Republic of Ireland on Monday, with both sides aiming to secure World Cup qualification.
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News video: Northern Ireland believe they can upset Germany in World Cup qualifier

Northern Ireland believe they can upset Germany in World Cup qualifier 01:06

Northern Ireland believe they can cause a big upset and beat the world champion German side when they meet for a World Cup qualifier in Belfast on Thursday (October 5).

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