Robbie Brady is handed a starting role for the Republic of Ireland against the Faroe Islands tomorrow night.
Manchester United youngster Robbie Brady will make his first competitive start for the Republic of Ireland during tomorrow's World Cup qualifier against the Faroe Islands tomorrow evening.
Brady is expected to start on the right wing, with Everton's Seamus Coleman operating at full-back.
Veteran frontman Robbie Keane has also returned to the starting lineup following an Achilles injury.
There is no place for Stephen Kelly though after the Fulham defender fell out with assistant coach Marco Tardelli.
Republic of Ireland: Westwood; Coleman, O'Shea, O'Dea, Wilson; Brady, Andrews, McCarthy, McGeady; Keane, Walters
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