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Ireland to play friendly against Georgia in June

Updated: Thursday, 07 Mar 2013 17:10 | Comments

Ireland beat Georgia 2-1 in Croke Park in 2009
Ireland beat Georgia 2-1 in Croke Park in 2009

The Republic of Ireland will play Georgia in a friendly at the Aviva Stadium on 2 June.

The game will take place four days after Ireland play England at Wembley.

Giovanni Trapattoni’s team will then face the Faroe Islands in a World Cup qualifier on 7 June in Dublin.

The Georgia game will be preceded by the FAI Junior Cup final (1.30pm) and tickets for the senior match will also be valid for this game.

The sides last met at Croke Park in 2009 in a World Cup qualifier that Ireland won 2-1

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