Ireland train in the heat to prepare for the challenge of Egypt in game two of group F in the World Cup finals.
Different approaches from the two teams preparing for their second game in Group F. The Republic of Ireland train in the evening while Egypt opt for morning sessions.
Irish fans are in Sicily looking for tickets for the match. Joe Delaney of the FAI estimates that there maybe up to 1,000 Irish fans in Palermo without tickets for the Egyptian game.
Reporter Colm Connolly explains how the stadium in Palermo got the name 'Favorito'.
RTÉ News report broadcast 14 June 1990.