Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny has named his squad to face Wales for today's Nation's League encounter.
Five players have had to miss out on the match after one of them tested positive for COVID-19 and four others have been deemed close contacts.
Kenny took over from Mick McCarthy earlier this year, and will be looking to get his first victory after two losses and a draw in his first three mathces.
David McGoldrick and James McCarthy has been ruled out through injury, allowing Shane Long to start up front.
Shane Duffy will captain the side which has seen three other changes to the side that lost to Slovakia on Thursday.
Despite the disruptions to the squad, Kenny has still managed to name a fairly experienced squd for today's game.
West Ham's Darren Randolph starts in goals again, with Matt Doherty, Shane Duffy, Kevin Long and Enda Stevens forming the back four.
Jayson Molumby and Conor Hourihane will make up the midfield, supporting Jeff Hendrick, Robbie Brady and James McClean up front.
Southampton's Shane Long completes the squad and will lead the attack up front.
The big news story coming into the game is that a member of the playing squad had tested positive for COVID-19, with Callum Robinson, Callum O'Dowda, John Egan and Alan Browne all being deemed to be close contacts of the unnamed player and are thus unavailable for today's game.
STARTING XI | Ireland🇮🇪 v Wales🏴
Multiple changes to the team which faced Slovakia on Thursday
David McGoldrick and James McCarthy out injured with Shane Long set to start up front 👌#COYBIG | #IRLWAL pic.twitter.com/K1SMbpTkKW
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