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Ireland set to play Poland in Poznan in another friendly meeting between the countries

Updated: Friday, 18 Oct 2013 15:33 | Comments

Ireland will play Poland for a 25th time
Ireland will play Poland for a 25th time

Ireland will play Poland in Poznan on 19 November, the Football Association of Ireland have announced. 

Ireland last played Poland in Aviva Stadium in February 2013 when Ciaran Clark and Wes Hoolahan scored for a 2-0 win in front of a 43,000 strong crowd.

The match in Poznan will be the 25th meeting between the two countries in a record spanning back to 1938 that has seen Ireland win six, draw eight and lose 10.

The squad announcement will take place in early November before which Ray Houghton and Ruud Dokter will provide an update to the FAI Board of Management on the managerial appointment process.

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