Matt Doherty has to, once again, settle for a place on the bench as Mick McCarthy has named the same starting XI from the victory over Georgia for this evening's Euro 2020 qualifier against Denmark in Copenhagen.
The Wolves wing-back started McCarthy's first game back in charge of the national team but has since been dropped with Seamus Coleman the first choice right back.
Coleman again captain's the side and plays in defence alongside Richard Keogh, Shane Duffy and Enda Stevens,
Glenn Whelan has been selected to anchor the midfield trio, and primarily responsible for keeping tabs on Danish danger man Christian Eriksen, while Conor Hourihane and Jeff Hendrick with sit in the midfield alongside the Dubliner.
David McGoldrick will lead the line in Copenhagen with James McClean and Robbie Brady playing either side of the Sheffield United front man.
Denmark have also named a very familiar side and formation with Christian Eriksen selected, as expected, alongside Thomas Delaney and Lasse Schöne in the middle of the park.
Kasper Schmeichel is named in goal with one change in defence from their 3-3 draw in Switzerland as Andreas Christensen joins Simon Kjaer in the middle of the park in place of Mathias Jorgensen. Jens Stryger Larsen and Henrik Dalsgaard remain in the full-back positions.
Nicolai Jørgensen leads the line, with Yussuf Poulsen and Martin Braithwaite either side of the striker.