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The Republic of Ireland will look to keep their slim play-off’s alive when they travel to Vienna to face Austria on Tuesday.
While the Irish still have a mathematical chance of securing the runners-up spot however a 2-1 loss at home to Sweden on Friday has made their quest very difficult.
Despite taking the lead against the Swedes thanks to Robbie Keane’s 60th International goal Giovanni Trapattoni’s side were unable to hold on and goals from Johan Elmander and Anders Svensson saw Ireland succumb to their second home defeat of the qualifiers.
Ireland will now head to Austria hoping looking to get their campaign back on track, although they will have do so without Glenn Whelan.
The Stoke midfielder suffered a hamstring injury on Friday and is ruled out with Trapattoni calling up Hull City midfielder Stephen Quinn as his replacement.
Jon Walters has emerged as a doubt with an ankle injury but is expected to take his place in the team while Simon Cox is also expected to be fit to travel despite a knock.
Trapattoni, whose contract comes to an end at the end of the campaign, was already a man under pressure prior to the defeat to Sweden but while the pressure, and calls for his head, have intensified after the disappointing defeat the Italian has remained defiant claiming that he has the backing of the players and has laid the foundations for any future manager who comes in.
He said: “It was always a strong group with Germany, Sweden and also Austria. It was a tough group.
“But we must continue for our growth and to develop our personality. Maybe in the future we can be a little bit more because now we have changed the squad.
“We have many young players and I think they can improve their personality, their confidence and their trust. We must continue this.
“Also if we finish third in the table behind Germany and Sweden and better than Austria, that must increase our personality.”
Austria meanwhile are currently level on points with the Irish with 11 but sit in 3rd place courtesy of their better goal difference but they will head into the game on the back of a 3-0 defeat to neighbours Germany.
Ireland don’t have the best of records in Vienna losing 3-1 on their last visit there in 1996 and with just win one in 7 games history suggests that Ireland have their work cut out to rescue their campaign.