Three changes for Ireland as Kenny looks for first win against Finland Three changes for Ireland as Kenny looks for first win against Finland
Jayson Molumby will make his senior international debut against Finland this evening Three changes for Ireland as Kenny looks for first win against Finland
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By Kenneth Fox

The Republic of Ireland team will be looking to secure their first win in the Nations League tonight when they take on Finland at the Aviva Stadium.

Kick off is at 5:00pm and you can watch the match on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football, with their coverage starting at 4.30pm.

The team has just recently been announced with Stephen Kenny making three changes from the game against Bulgaria. Harry Arter and Robbie Brady come into the side, while Brighton midfielder Jayson Molumby also makes his international debut tonight.

In his first game in charge against Bulgaria, Stephen Kenny went for a mix of youth and experience as the likes of Norwich striker Adam Idah got his first international cap.

Ireland managed to get a draw in the end, after a late header from captain Shane Duffy made it 1-1 at full time.

Their group opponents Wales beat Finland last Thursday 1-0 away from home and this afternoon they beat Bulgaria 1-0.

Meanwhile, Ireland’s next game will be a Euro2020 playoff semi-final away to Slovakia on October 8th.

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