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Denmark V Republic Of Ireland

Denmark V Republic Of Ireland

"I think some of the players can draw on part of that but I think they'll probably try to create their own experiences".

Bendtner, who played under manager Martin O'Neill at Sunderland, is expecting more of the same at the Aviva. We have to win on Tuesday and might have to score a couple of goals.

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O'Neill's side are one game away from booking their ticket to Russian Federation after a goalless draw in Copenhagen, with victory at the Aviva Stadium guaranteed to send them through.

Ireland have employed 4-4-2 and 4-3-3 configurations in recent times, with the latter more likely for this first leg. James McClean and Robbie Brady will provide support for the lone striker, either Shane Long or Daryl Murphy, while Jeff Hendrick, David Meyler and Harry Arter are favourites to begin the match in midfield.

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In return, I'd like to pay tribute to the displays he has put in for Ireland in the last few years, with his bravery in aerial challenges and his positional sense coming on so much since he has worked with Chris Hughton at Brighton. But I think we are capable of doing that. He said: "Ireland didn't really surprise us".

"We'll be hard to beat, disciplined", Duffy said. We got a clean sheet out of it and that's a positive.

The Danes will arrive in Dublin on Tuesday evening having been booed off by sections of the home crowd at the Parken Stadium on Saturday night after the Republic frustrated them for 90 minutes to snatch a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their winner-takes-all play-off. Irish players have the same mentality, they have a very strong team spirit, they are together and we have to overcome that. "We've got to score a goal to get through the tie, so we've got to go for it".

"We'll try and be a bit more expansive if we can but we've got to find a way to win a match".

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